Jennifer Levin graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a major in political science and went on to the University of Alabama to earn her law degree. As a parent of two boys with disabilities, Jennifer has devoted the past two decades to advancing the rights of children with disabilities in the school setting. It was a natural transition for Jennifer to go from parent advocate for members in her community to an attorney with Disability Law Colorado, the state’s protection and advocacy system. Jennifer served Disability Law Colorado as an Equal Justice Works Fellow and later moved into position of Education Team Leader. Jennifer has represented individuals in civil rights complaints against various agencies and businesses throughout Colorado. She has taken on legislative action, disability rights trainings, and investigations into allegations of abuse and neglect in state run facilities serving people with disabilities. Currently, in her position with The Arc of Colorado as the Director of Public Policy, Jennifer remains dedicated to working towards implementing public policy that will promote and protect the civil and human rights of people with disabilities throughout the state.