Foster Parent Ombudsman, Jennifer Rosen
Reporting to Secretary Lourdes Padilla, Jennifer joins the Department of Human Services from the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland, where as Supervising Attorney she oversaw a team of attorneys and paralegals in the Child Advocacy Unit’s representation of children in abuse and neglect proceedings before the Juvenile Court of Baltimore and Maryland appellate courts.
A lifelong Maryland resident, Jennifer earned her Juris Doctor Degree in 2004 from the University of Maryland School of Law, before embarking on her career as a public servant with the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland.
Fostering children comes with many rewards as well as challenges. The Maryland Department of Human Services is dedicated to supporting our State’s resource parents, who day in and day out nurture and care for Maryland’s most vulnerable children.
Jennifer Rosen, Foster Parent Ombudsman