Dr. Jennifer Lee-Good grew up in Illinois and graduated from Valparaiso University with a Bachelor?s Degree in Education. She earned her Master?s Degree in Reading from Lewis University while teaching first grade. Jennifer took a ten year break from teaching to raise her three children and returned to teaching at the college level. She has taught at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, IL for twelve years and also serves as the Coordinator for the Developmental Reading Department. In 2018, Jennifer graduated from the University of St. Francis with her Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership and Stewardship. Most recently, Jennifer, along with her dean and reading department colleagues, were invited by The Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange to present their published research at the 2021 National Symposium on Student Retention (NSSR) and were also nominated by Moraine Valley Community College with the Innovation of the Year Award for the same research.