Jenifer Grady, mother of a daughter, enjoys walking and biking, exploring, and experiencing foods in new restaurants. She can be found laughing, reading about Southern women's friendships, playing card and board games, and indulging in her new interest, performing at karaoke. Jenifer is currently a non-profit executive director, and she has probably set up a virtual office in the majority of local coffee shops. She grew up in Cleveland, and has lived in DC, NYC, Chapel Hill, and Chicago, but Nashville is the only city that has been her home four times, in her teens, 20s, 30s, and now. Her favorite Kwanzaa principle is Ujamaa.
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