Jennifer Bostic, MA
Jennifer Bostic, MA
Project Director, Early Learning Ohio

Jennifer Bostic, MA

Jennifer Bostic is an outstanding project director that has been with The Ohio State University since 2007 and the CCEC since 2010. She currently leads the Early Learning Ohio (ELO) project, a five year, 4.5 million-dollar IES funded study on early learning policies and programs. Previously she was the project director for the Language and Reading Research Consortium (LARRC), a five year, 20 million-dollar IES funded study on language and literacy. Jennifer is motivated by work that focuses on improving the lives of children and families. She has expertise in project oversite including longitudinal and cross-sectional data collection. She uses her leadership, organization and administrative expertise to achieve project deliverables. Jennifer has a master’s degree in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University and maintains her Professional Counselor licensure in the state of Ohio. Prior to coming to OSU, Jennifer was a school-based clinician for elementary students and families at Southeast, Inc in Columbus, Ohio. When not at work, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, practicing karate, and watching her son play soccer.