The Good Insight team is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Boudrye to the Good Insight team. Jennifer joins the company as our first Operations Administrator.
Jennifer is a skilled professional with over 20 years of experience in K-12 education, arts, nonprofit management, and community resource development. Jennifer is an expert at developing and employing technology solutions and systems to increase efficiency and communication. Jennifer is also deeply committed to advancing equity. As volunteer Education Director at Equality Loudoun, an LGBTQ+ advocacy nonprofit organization in Virginia, Jennifer provides support and advice to parents of LGBTQ+ youth.
Good Insight founder and CEO Carlyn Madden said the following about Jennifer joining the team:
“It’s a delight to welcome Jennifer to our growing company and I look forward to her employing her unique skill set to ensuring our operations scale as quickly as our executive search work. Our whole team has been pleased by Jennifer’s wealth of entrepreneurial experiences, from serving as a nonprofit E.D. to a career in library sciences, that lend themselves to a full understanding of where Good Insight is, and where we are heading.”
Regarding her new role, Jennifer shared:
“I am truly excited to join Good Insight and to support this fantastic team. Good Insight’s clear commitment to anti-racism made this opportunity even more appealing. In a world where too many companies are merely performative in their work to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, Good Insight has proven again and again that being intentionally anti-racist is central to their work. Good causes do need great leaders and I believe that Good Insight’s work will continue to have a far-reaching positive impact for years to come.”
Prior to joining Good Insight, Jennifer spent 17 years as a school librarian, including 4 years as Director of Library Programs at the District of Columbia Public Schools where she was responsible for rebuilding each school’s library program. In her most recent role as Director of Audrey Bruce Currier Library at Foxcroft School, Jennifer continued to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging by influencing policy, providing professional development opportunities, and advocating for marginalized students.