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Jennifer Jacobs

Client Services Director

Jennifer Jacobs is client services director at Retirement Prosperity Group. She oversees all facets of client servicing and customer service for the firm. She also manages the office schedule, financial transactions, client records, establishing the protocol and procedures for the office and monthly informational events held to inform consumers about their options in or near retirement.

Jennifer holds licenses in life and health insurance and fixed annuities. What’s more, she has worked in the health insurance space, helping individuals and small groups through the health care maze with the objective of getting maximum benefits while keeping costs as low as possible.

“Upon the passing of one of our clients over a year ago, his spouse held my hand at the funeral and told me how much I’d meant to him,” Jennifer says. “She said I made him feel as if he was part of our ‘family.’ Seeing the impact in people’s lives and knowing that we’ve touched them, even in the smallest of ways, are my proudest moments, and I am always humbled by their gratitude.”

Jennifer also has over a decade of experience in customer service, hospitality and administration. Her passion for others has provided Jennifer the opportunity to interact with a number of individuals through extensive volunteer work beginning in her teenage years, including community rebuilding in impoverished areas in Venezuela through Teen Missions International; mentoring children and young single mothers through Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Annunciation Maternity Home; and advocating for abused children within The Children’s Advocacy Center.

Jennifer lives in Lansdale with her three inspiring children. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys antiquing and is an avid cookbook collector. When not working, she can often be found in the kitchen cooking for her vegetarian family and listening to records or planning the next dinner party.

“I love to cook,” Jennifer says. “I could spend hours in grocery stores and farmers markets reading labels and finding obscure or ‘wild’ ingredients.”