Ottawa Impact Education PAC

Jennifer Thomas Griffin received an endorsement for school board in Jenison, Michigan.

Jeff Allen

Jenison, Michigan

“Jennifer Griffin is hard working wife, mother, and doctor who cares about her community. Her son is a Jenison student, in the same school she grew up in. She even married her husband who was a Jenison student. Jennifer would make a great school board member to help Jenison schools grow.”

Kyle VanderStel

JHS Class of 1988

“Jennifer has always been closely connected with Jenison Public Schools. She cares about the community and she cares about the School District. Jennifer would be a huge asset to the Jenison School Board.”

Art & Kathryn Thompson

JHS Class of 1988, Georgetown Community residents

“We were elated for the Jenison Public School System when our friend, & former Jenison classmate Dr Jennifer Griffin announced she would pursue a position on the Jenison public school board. Jennifer has always been a person of integrity, someone you wanted on your team. She didn’t just do her part, she brought her best, while bringing out yours. Jennifer will immerse herself in fulfilling the duties of whatever role she is placed, & exceed all expectations. The community is lucky to have her time & service. Dr Jennifer Griffin you have our vote!!”

Kari Kossen

Jenison High School Teacher

“As a teacher of Jenison High School, I offer my full personal endorsement of Jennifer Griffin as an important voice that needs to be included on the Jenison Public School Board.

Jennifer’s intelligence, strong values and passion make her the obvious choice. I could not recommend her highly enough!”

Mark Sheren

Jenison Parent and JPS Class of 1994

“I highly recommend Jennifer Griffin who is running for Jenison Public School Board. Jennifer has been part of the Jenison school community; she is a highly motivated and practical individual who will work hard to protect our children. As a father of seven children attending Jenison Public Schools, I endorse Jennifer, who will bring Conservative values back to our School Board to make a better future for our children.”