About Jennifer Cooper
Helping students with learning vulnerabilities find academic success
Jennifer is the Director of Learning Support at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, MD. For more than a decade, she has worked with hundreds of students and their families to help them navigate the complex world of a student with learning differences.
Prior to joining McDonogh, Jennifer was a consultant and executive function coach at Bowman Educational Services. She began her career as the Director of Learning and Development at Alex. Brown in Baltimore.
Jennifer has a Masters degree in Organizational Behavior from Johns Hopkins University and a second Masters degree in Special Education from St Joseph’s University. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of three daughters who have collectively battled dyslexia, ADHD, executive dysfunction, neurodevelopmental disorder, anxiety and severe concussion. Becca graduated from the University of Maryland, Rachel graduated from Princeton University and Julia is a recent Stanford grad.