With a career spanning public policy, corporate communications and nutrition marketing, Jennifer Grossman has worked to advance education reform and improve public health.
She has served as researcher, then speechwriter to President George H.W. Bush, and was invited to join the present administration in the same capacity. She has also written speeches for Ted Forstmann, whom she helped launch the Children’s
Scholarship Fund, which has awarded over $200 million in education assistance.
Grossman served as Director of Education Policy at the Cato Institute from 1996-1999. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times, The Weekly Standard, National
Review, The Washington Times, and the Women’s Quarterly among many other publications. In addition to regular commentary on MSNBC, she has appeared on programs including Larry King Live, Hannity & Colmes, the O’Reilly Factor and Politically Incorrect.
A graduate with honors from Harvard College, where she studied government, Grossman was born in New Delhi, India and grew up in Massachusetts. Currently she resides in Malibu, California where she enjoys surfing.