Jennifer is a London native who moved to New York City for her education, where she earned a BA and MPA from Barnard College and Columbia University. After completing her studies, she relocated to South Florida with her husband. In 1998, Jennifer founded BusiWerks, a consulting firm that helps clients use technology to improve their lives and expand their businesses.
Through BusiWerks, Jennifer met and worked with Sue and Alan Silberstein for over a decade, helping to bring their entrepreneurial ideas for Canasta to fruition. Jennifer created websites and content for CLA, CJ and CU.
She was a member of the original writing team for the CLA Standard Rules and Instruction Books and the CLA Strategy Guide and has participated in Canasta Tournaments and Retreats. She introduced Sue and Alan to the developer who would write the original CJ program. She wrote, developed and created all the instructional videos for Canasta Junction and, alongside Sue and Alan, provided Customer Support for the app through 2022.
In addition to this success with Canasta, Jennifer has made a name for herself helping clients bring their dreams to life. Another standout achievement was the development and launch of The Bed Tucker, a revolutionary tool that allows users to make beds without lifting the mattress. Created by her then 89-year-old client, The Bed Tucker gained popularity in the hospitality industry and even caught the attention of Tik Tok users, going viral on the platform. Packaged by the ARC’s special needs adults, The Bed Tucker is available on Amazon.
With the publication of this book, Jennifer continues the literary legacy of her father, who has written numerous consulting books, a family biography and two poetry books.