Jennifer Sipe was born in 1969 at Chestnut Hill Hospital. Jennifer had an unstructured childhood which allowed her time to follow her interests and explore local woods and creeks in Bucks County growing up. Jennifer went to Willow Dale Elementary and also was a graduate of William Tennent High School class of 1987. During high school Jennifer was involved in many activities and took a wide range of classes. At an early age as an aggressive learner after completing high school, Jennifer decided to be the first one in her family to attend college. She started college at Temple University in the fall of 1987. Jennifer remained at Temple for two years and then changed career paths and enrolled at Abington School of Nursing. During her time at nursing school at Abington Jennifer flourished and exceled in education and built a deep knowledge base of medicine and pharmacology. Exposed to many scenarios in ICU and different educational experiences at Abington Memorial Hospital Jennifer would continue her educational journey at La Salle University obtaining a BA and Master in Adult Health and Illness. Jennifer has also held various positions in hospital administration and in health care consulting. Jennifer currently in 2015 aside from being an assistant professor of nursing at La Salle works full time as a nurse practitioner and is the chair person for Hands for Life at La Salle University. Jennifer is currently completing her Ph.D. in Health Policy at the University of Sciences. Jennifer has three older siblings (Kathy, Marion, and Ralph) and one younger brother (Donald).
Sipe, Jennifer and Palazzolo, Anthony, "Interview of Jennifer Sipe, M.S.N., R.N." (2015). All Oral Histories. 92.
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