Jennifer Hu Corriggio is the Director of Philanthropic Practice & Innovation at Solidaire Network, a donor network mobilizing resources to the frontlines of social justice movements. At Solidaire, Jennifer organizes institutional members, heads compliance and innovation infrastructure as general counsel, and campaigns to help transform philanthropy. She also spearheads developing an integrated capital strategy for the network. Her background in philanthropy includes serving as a Director of Philanthropy & Donor Relations at a community foundation, philanthropic advising for families and individuals, working with professional advisors, and advising philanthropic collaborations as legal counsel. She’s held both funder and fundraising roles, in both personal and professional capacities. Previous to working in philanthropy, she practiced nonprofit, corporate, and litigation law, and taught as a law professor. Jennifer has a BA in Political Theory & Cultural Anthropology from Cornell University, and a JD and LLM in International & Comparative Law from Duke Law School. Jennifer loves all forms of art and spent substantial time in Spain studying flamenco dance. A native Texan from a Chinese immigrant family, she has been living in the New York City area with her family for nearly two decades.