Jennifer received her B.S.E. degree in Computer Science from Princeton University in 2009. Before starting at MIT in 2013, she worked in the Human Language Technology Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, focusing mainly on machine translation. Jennifer's current research focuses on low- and no-resource speech processing, with the goal of enabling speech technologies in low-resource languages. Her projects include unsupervised speech segmentation, analysis of audio-visual models, and joint learning across multiple levels of linguistic hierarchy.