Jenn JareckiProgramming Producer
Jenn Jarecki joined VPR in March 2018, bringing with her years of project and client management experience and a decades-long passion for public radio. After graduating with a degree in Directing from Tufts University, Jenn oversaw retail and wholesale accounts at the San Francisco letterpress company Hello!Lucky before relocating to Burlington and managing her family’s Church Street paperie, Scribbles. When Scribbles closed in 2009, Jenn became an Account Manager at Select, maintaining a client list that included hundreds of companies, from regional family businesses to internationally recognized brands. In 2012, she transitioned to Events Director at the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce. In addition to her work as part of VPR's Programming team, Jenn runs her own vintage clothing business, Reel Vintage. She co-founded the pop-up market business Queen City Bazaar, has served on the Events Committee for the Community Health Centers of Burlington, and is a graduate of Leadership Champlain. Jenn is also certified yoga instructor and has assisted multiple local yoga teacher trainings.
When she's not at VPR or working on Reel Vintage, Jenn enjoys time with her husband, family, and kitties, watching films, and doing her best to complete crossword puzzles.
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