Jeanne joined the U.S. Foreign Service in 2004. She currently serves as Information Office at the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria managing strategic communications and serving as spokesperson.
From 2017 – 2020, she served as the Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Haiti managing a team of 18 in a broad array of public engagement, supporting mission priorities including promoting good governance, rule of law, entrepreneurship, and academics.
From 2015 – 2017 she served as Deputy Director of the Office of Public Affairs, Planning, and Coordination of the Bureau of International Organization Affairs.
From 2011 – 2015 she served as spokesperson and communications strategist as Information Officer for the U.S. Embassy in Ghana.
Prior to her arrival in Ghana, she served in Macedonia, Senegal and Washington, DC. She managed the educational and cultural affairs portfolio in Macedonia. As Public Diplomacy Chief for the Bureau of International Affairs, she lead U.S. communications for the 2011 first U.S. hosted UNESCO World Press Freedom Day, 2010 International Civil Aviation Organization 37th Assembly, Millennium Development Goals messaging points, and 2009 World Food Summit.
Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Jeanne served as a public interest lawyer in Syracuse, New York with New York Mental Hygiene Legal Service; managed a multi-county domestic violence civil legal assistance federal program with Frank H. Hiscock, and worked at Seidenberg & Strunk,
Jeanne is married and has two children.