Profile

Jennifer Campbell-Klomps, daughter of Jamaican parents who immigrated to the UK in the 1950s, was educated in Wolverhampton at St Peter’s Collegiate School and attended Wulfrun College of Further Education.  She was a specialist Shorthand Writer and Servicewoman from 1978-1990 and served in Northern Ireland, England and Germany.

Jennifer was a board member of the Friends of Douglas House, a charity organization which organized fundraising events for The German School in Richmond.  From 2009-2011, she was a committee member of the Communications, IT and Media  Board and worked on a SMS/E-mail messaging project which was later successfully implemented.  For three years, she took on the responsibility of running the Elterncafe (Parents’ Coffee Room) which enabled parents to meet in a bright and comfortable environment to read  information about activities in and around the school.  She was involved in preparing German/English advertising information which was sent out electronically and reached approximately 700 parents.

Jennifer attended a Shadow Local Councillor’s Scheme in 2009 and joined the Liberal Democrat Party in December 2009.  Later on she stood as a candidate, was nominated and elected to represent the Worcester Park ward.  In January 2012, Jennifer resigned her role as a local councillor and is now living with her children in Santa Ursula, Tenerife.  Her husband Mark commutes between the UK and Tenerife.

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One response to “Profile

  1. Hi – I publish the Worcester Park Life magazine http://www.wplife.co.uk and looking for a picture for the November front cover.
    I saw your pictures on flicr and was hoping you could let me use one of yours please?
    jenny@maldenmedia.co.uk
    I look forward to hearing from you
    Thanks, Jenny

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