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Jennifer Oaks




LIBERTY IMAGING

Story by Kayla Fugate • Photography by Brian Packard

Jennifer Oaks is the sales manager for Liberty Imaging. She supports the South Central Kentucky Crimestoppers, Commonwealth Health Corporation’s Community Relations Committee, and the Professional Marketing Association. She lives in Bowling Green with her daughter and enjoys cruising in her Corvette, traveling, hiking, motorcycles, and spending time with her daughter, family, and friends.

Her first job was as an office clerk at a home health agency when she was in high school. “I also worked the front line at Dairy Queen. I’ve made my fair share of milkshakes and blizzards!” she says.

Jennifer believes that young adults can contribute in so many ways to not only enrich their own lives but also the lives of others. “We live and work in a wonderful city full of opportunity and diversity. It’s so important for young people to find something they’re passionate about early on and set goals to succeed,” she says. “I believe once young people have had the empowering experience of leading in this way, they will be set firmly on a path toward a lifetime of leadership and caring.”

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