Jennifer Kaeshagen

Speaker Bio Jennifer Kaeshagen

Jennifer is the founder and coordinator of the First Nations Homelessness Project & Advocacy Service. She was an award winning documentary filmmaker. She unit coordinated, lectured and tutored Media and Communications Studies at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle and also taught at Murdoch University.

Jennifer honed her advocacy and coordinator skills as a union organiser, having worked with the CPSU and also as the south west organiser for the AMIEU. Jennifer also founded the award winning social justice online news site, The Stringer (2013). She is The Stringer’s principal editor and is the producer.

Jennifer has a long history of volunteering assistance to the homeless, particularly large homeless families. Through the FNHP she supports at-risk families and specialises in the prevention of child removals. She also specialises in the prevention of public rental housing evictions, particularly of large families.

BA (Media & English), Honours (First Class).