Jennifer Bordeaux, Director of Public Relations

With an educational and professional background in juvenile delinquency, Jen’s focus has always been on family dynamics and encouraging healthy relationships.


Born in Iowa, but raised in Dunn, North Carolina, she received her Bachelors from Appalachian State University in 2007 and earned a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University in 2012.

Prior to attending a paralegal program, Jen worked with at-risk youth in the secure custody of the North Carolina Division of Juvenile Justice. During her graduate studies and work with at-risk youth, she developed an interest in the cause and prevention of domestic violence, leading her to be the principal author on the article Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence and Behavior Modeling: Attacking the Source of Learned Aggression at its Roots.

Following her stint as an adjunct instructor at East Carolina University, Jen completed the NC Paralegal Certificate Program at the University of North Carolina in 2014 and was the 2014 NC Bar Association, Paralegal Division Student Scholarship recipient. After becoming a NC State Bar Certified Paralegal, Jen realized that her passion for educating and knowledge of family law can serve to empower those going through situations such as divorce and domestic violence to find resolution in change.

In her free time, Jen tries to live life to the fullest! She enjoys being a “dog mom” to her two pups, Chance and Capone, traveling, listening to live music and spending quality time with her husband, Justin and family and friends. Carpe Diem!