Jennifer Stallworth is a native of the Historic Selma, AL, known for the March from Selma to Montgomery during the civil rights era. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Faulkner University before pursuing a career in public policy.
In January 2019, she joined the Alabama House of Representatives as a committee clerk of the Health Committee, Urban and Rural Development Committee, and Shelby County committee before becoming the clerk for Local Legislation. As she enters her second quadrennium at the House of Representatives, Jennifer is preparing to begin her journey into the Executive J.D. program at The Thomas Goode Jones School of law , to continue her career in public policy and to further service her hometown of Selma, AL.