Jennifer Lopez believes that where oppression creates fractures, healing is rhizomatic. Drawing from experience and training in academic, organizing, and non-profit settings, she supports individuals, groups, and organizations in integrating trauma-conscious, healing-oriented principles and practices into their work. She weaves together facilitation, research, writing, and deep detailed reflection to work with people in recognizing and honing their crafts, tools, and practices. She is currently the Capacity Building Program Coordinator at the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD), where she works with participants and alumni of ANHD’s capacity building programs in their continued learning and relationships. Jennifer holds an MSW from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.