Jennifer Parker is active as a performer, educator, arranger, clinician, and adjudicator. Jennifer earned an M.M. from Western Michgan University in Jazz Performance and her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay in Jazz Studies. She was privileged to study with Linda Parins, Chrstine Salerno, and Sunny Wilkinson. As a performer she leads the Jennifer Parker Quartet, which allows her the opportunity to write and arrange. She has enjoyed making music with numerous musical groups and special artists over the years, including Jazz Northwest, Mark Levine, The Scovell-Sponcia Project, The Times, Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, Idaho-Washington Chorale, Frank Sinatra Tribute Band, Ziji Brazilian Jazz, Bay City Swing, and Double Take. With her heart in education, Jennifer spends a great deal of time as a guest artist, clinician, and director at music festivals, camps, and in classroom outreach. Her vocal arrangements are often performed by college and high school vocal jazz ensembles. She has made demonstration recordings for Hal Leonard Music Publishing and The Complete Guide to Teaching Vocal Jazz, written by Dr. Stephen Zegree. Jennifer is a member of J.E.N and is the Repertoire & Resource Chair for Vocal Jazz for the Minnesota chapter of ACDA.