Jennifer Koza is a social worker specializing in non-profit research, evaluation and assessment, and data driven organizational strategy. She is a Research and Evaluation Associate at Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading non-profit supporting victims and survivors of crime and abuse, where she is responsible for designing and implementing internal and external impact evaluations that aim to deepen practice and services.

She believes strongly in equitable access to the cultural opportunities New York City has to offer and for all communities to be able to present and experience artistic expression. In her practice, she strives to create trust and safety and works to repair the harm researchers have historically perpetrated on vulnerable and disenfranchised communities, most notably people and communities of color.  

Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and holds a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in New York.