Jennifer Sloane was born and raised in Manhattan. She attended Drew University, where she worked as an academic/research assistant. She co-authored a bibliography of the university library's holdings and published a series of articles on biomedical ethics on a precedent-setting treatment termination case in Morris County, NJ.
She graduated from Lourdes University with a degree in comparative theology and fine art. Jennifer has worked as an advocate for education, homeless awareness, drug and alcohol prevention, a corporate trainer, and an actor with a focus on comedic roles. She admits to co-writing the short screenplay "The Electric Picasso," a comedy spoof about an eccentric group of self- proclaimed filmmakers whose inexperience sabotages their first film.
Jennifer now lives in Southwest Florida near her family, where she pursues her career in writing and her love of photography.