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Cheer Alum Drives Interest in Math and Science

Posted Apr 2, 2013

Former Titans Cheerleader Jennifer (2003-07), an engineer with Nissan wants high school girls to follow artistic and scientific dreams.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Former Tennessee Titans Cheerleader Jennifer Hill, a process control engineer manager with Nissan Motor Company, is working to drive passion in youth.

Jennifer recently became a spokesperson for Nissan’s new initiative that aims to maintain interest that some high school girls have in science and math and boost those interests in others.

“I need more women to come and join me in this industry,” Jennifer said in a video about the initiative that was produced by Nissan.

Jennifer wants the young ladies to realize they can have artistic and scientific dreams. She cheered for five seasons (2003-07), serving as a captain for two years and was selected to represent Titans Cheerleaders at the 2008 Pro Bowl.

In addition to her career at Nissan, Jennifer has maintained her artistic interests by helping with choreography during the season and as an assistant on game days.

“I’m so lucky to have had Jen remain such an active member of our department,” Titans director of cheerleading Stacie Kinder said. “She makes all of us better!”

Additionally, Jennifer is an officer with the Titans Alumni Association and was a nominee in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man & Woman of the Year campaign in 2010 when she raised more than $20,000.

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