Kenny served a 20-year career in the electrical industry
ABOVE VIDEO: Jennifer Kenny is running Cocoa City Council District 4. Election Day is November 8.
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Jennifer Kenny is a long-time resident of Central Florida, where she dedicated her life to community service and helping others.
As a single mother, Jennifer served an electrical apprenticeship with IBEW Local Union 606, obtaining her Electrical Journeyman license.
After a 20-year career in the electrical industry, while dedicating countless hours to volunteering with her Local Union throughout the community, Jennifer decided to follow her heart to pursue her passion for helping others. She applied for and was offered the position of Central Florida AFL-CIO Community Service Liaison to Heart of Florida United Way.
Jennifer’s work with United Way prepared the way for her next opportunity. She would spend the next decade as an advocate for senior citizens with the Alliance for Retired Americans.
Prior to retiring Jennifer went back to her roots with IBEW and spent six years as an Assistant Business Manager.
Jennifer continues to serve as a member of Career Source Brevard Board of Directors. Her mission continues to be helping others to achieve success in their chosen profession and promotes advanced job training opportunities for both youth and adult workers.
Jennifer has a deep-held conviction to continue serving her community.
Since her days as an apprentice electrician, she has been active in local, state and national politics, advocating for quality-of-life issues she believes will benefit the lives of individuals, such as housing, social security, health and safety and many other critical issues.
Jennifer resides in Cocoa, Florida where she attends local city meetings and events, engaging with the community whenever possible, spending time with her family and most importantly caring for her elderly parent.
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