Jenniffer Aydin González Colón is a Puerto Rican politician who currently serves as the 20th Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico. González has served in leadership positions in the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico and in the Republican Party of the United States. These positions included being the chairwoman of the Puerto Rico Republican Party, Speaker and minority leader of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico, and vice-chair of the PNP. González is the youngest person to be Resident Commissioner and the first woman to occupy the role.
|Born:||Jenniffer Aydin González Colón, August 5, 1976, San Juan, Puerto Rico|
|Political party:||New Progressive|
|Other political affiliations:||Republican|
|Education:||University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras (BA), Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, San Juan (JD, LLM)|
|Preceded by:||Pedro Pierluisi|
|Twitter:||Jenniffer González's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Jenniffer González's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Jenniffer González's Youtube channel|
About Jennifer Gonzalez
Author and blogger with books titled Hacking Education: 10 Quick Fixes for Every School and The Teacher's Guide to Tech: A Cult of Pedagogy Digital Binder. Her blog is called Cult of Pedagogy.
Jennifer Gonzalez Before Fame
She taught middle school language arts for seven years after earning her National Board Certification in 2004.
Achievement of Jennifer Gonzalez
She was hired to be a pre-service teacher for a local university.
Jennifer Gonzalez Family Life
She left teaching to be a stay-at-home mom after having her first child. She is a mother of three.
Associations of Jennifer Gonzalez
She has worked as a teacher and author like Tiffany Poirier.
Information related to Jenniffer González
- History of women in Puerto Rico - The recorded history of women in Puerto Rico can trace its roots back to the era of the Taíno, the indigenous people of the Caribbean, who inhabited the island that they called "Boriken" before the arrival of Spaniards.
- Women in the United States House of Representatives - Women have served in the United States House of Representatives since the 1917 entrance of Jeannette Rankin from Montana, a member of the Republican Party. In total, 345 women have served as U.S. Representatives and seven more women have sat as non-voting delegates.
- Resident Commissioners of Puerto Rico
- Speakers of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico
- Republican Party (Puerto Rico) politicians
- Puerto Rican Roman Catholics
- Puerto Rican women in politics
- New Progressive Party members of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico
- University of Puerto Rico alumni
- Female members of the United States House of Representatives