Jennifer Moross hails from Austin, Texas, and divides her time between Austin; Greenwich, CT; and London. She is a member of the Texas Bar Association and was an associate for Hays, McConn, Rice and Pickering, a firm specializing in civil litigation in Houston, Texas. In Greenwich she volunteered her time as a trustee and advisory board member of the Greenwich Historical Society, supporting and developing exhibitions for the Bush-Holley Museum. As an advisory board member of the Belle Haven Land Corporation, she advocates for appropriate land use and development to maintain the historic nature of a belle epoque New England neighborhood. Jennifer has played an active development role for several educational institutions, most recently on the committee for the American Friends of Eton College Gala and the production of the annual dinner for the Princeton Comparative Literature Department. In England she is an avid supporter of Modern Art Oxford and the Ashmolean Museum.