Meet Jennifer Fawzy
Jennifer Fawzy is running for Nevada Senate because she believes all Nevadans deserve to have choices and for their voices to be heard by their government and elected representatives. Jennifer is a mother, businesswoman and Las Vegas native who will be an advocate for the residents of Senate District 8.
As a licensed Las Vegas real estate agent for more than 15 years, Jennifer sees every day the challenges of the rising cost of living and wages that aren’t keeping up. Jennifer believes that our government can and should do more to help the people of Nevada; we need to be recruiting companies to move to Nevada that will diversity our economy and create jobs with livable wages, and we need to invest in our next generation by improving the quality of education we are providing for our children.
Jennifer is the third generation to call Las Vegas home. After graduating from Mountain View Christian High School, Jennifer traveled the world, teaching in several locations overseas, giving her a unique experience seeing how other countries invest and prioritize the education of their children. Jennifer returned home to Las Vegas to start her family, and today, her most important job is Mason’s mom.
Jennifer is a protective mother and wants her son and all of Nevada’s children to receive a quality education. Jennifer made the serious choice to enroll her son in private school and knows that is not an option available to many Nevadans. As a State Senator, her top priority is our children’s future and ensuring they receive a quality education without leaving the district. She also understands that traditional schools don’t work for every student and family; she believes families should have choices in education to help each child excel.
Jennifer wants you to have a choice in this election and in the future of our state. She will be your voice in Carson City and will work for all residents of District 8. Jennifer is proud to call Nevada and Las Vegas home, and she wants to do her part to protect it for our future generations.