Liberal Candidate for Lunenburg West
Jennifer grew up in Pinehurst and now lives in Hebbs Cross. She graduated from New Germany Rural High School and returned home after spending time pursuing a sociology degree from St. Mary’s University.
Jennifer established Simple Local Life, a social media company, in 2015. Her company works with local businesses and community groups. Through this work she helps companies market their products and services using social media, newsletters and written content. She has worked with organizations like the Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival to promote events and activities along the South Shore.
She began volunteering at her children’s school and became President of the Home and School and a member of the School Advisory Council. Her interests in educational issues lead her to run in the 2012 school board election. Jennifer was elected and immediately selected as Chairperson by the board members. She served three terms as Chairperson until the dissolution of school boards in Nova Scotia in 2018.
Jennifer currently volunteers with the United Way and the RootEd School Food Project.
In 2017, Jennifer ran for the Liberal Nomination for the federal riding of South Shore St. Margaret’s.
Jennifer is married to Troy Naugler and they have three adult children- Noah, Hannah, and Grace
Nova Scotia is ready to take the next step. We have an opportunity, right now, and an obligation to leave a better legacy for our children – by increasing equity, protecting the environment and building a better tomorrow.Learn More
The South Shore Regional Hospital Redevelopment Project was announced in April 2020, and represents a total provincial investment of $112.7 million. Updates and progress at South Shore Regional, mean quality care for members of our community and beyond for years to come. Work will include the expansion and renovation of the emergency department, endoscopy and day surgery units, physical plant and the addition of a dialysis unit.
Improving access to medical equipment close to home will mean better health care for Nova Scotians. That’s why government is helping to fund a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner for the South Shore Regional Hospital. Government will cover the construction, procurement and installation of the new MRI scanner, which will help pave the way for improved health care for residents here in Lunenburg West.
The South Shore Hospice Palliative Care Society, continues to promote the expansion of existing palliative care services, supporting the individual needs of palliative care patients and their families, as well as promoting and supporting the establishment of a free-standing Hospice.
Affordable housing is an issue that continues to grow and has become even more amplified during the past year. We need housing support and options for all in our community to support a healthy economy and society. Housing is a human right and we need sustainable solutions that will benefit all.
Residents have shared that affordable housing is an issue that needs attention and action – Jennifer is dedicating herself to find solutions.
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