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Headshot of Jill Dennin, wearing a blue textured blazer, sliver banded watch and pearl jewlery

Jill Dennin

Jill Dennin was raised in Red Hook, NY, a small town two hours north of Manhattan. Fascinated by government and public service, Jill earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Policy from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. Following graduation, she worked in state and federal relations in Washington, D.C.

In 1986 Jill married Ned Dennin, a 1984 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, and they relocated to Virginia Beach, Virginia where she worked in fundraising for the Virginia Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, while Ned served on the USS Mississippi.


In 1989, Jill and Ned relocated to Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania, and began raising their family. Jill and Ned have four adult sons, Mark, Craig, Scott, and Kyle, all graduates of Boyertown Area Senior High School. 


Jill Stands in a group with her husband and for adult sons. All males in the photo have short sleve collared shirts witht he top button open. Jill is in summer wear, Blue short sleved textured shirt and floral themed pants.

The Dennin Family

Advocacy & Service

As an active member of the community for over the past 25 years, Jill has served as a Boyertown Area School District school board member. During that time Jill served on the Pennsylvania School Board Association’s (PSBA) Legislative Advisory Council and the Berks County Intermediate Unit’s (BCIU) Council on Legislative Action. She was inducted into the Allwein Society for her outstanding leadership and advocacy efforts on behalf of public education.

She has also served as Boyertown Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) president, Cub Scout Leader, and Boy Scout Committee member, and is an active volunteer at St. Columbkill church, coordinating the soup kitchen and Meals on Wheels.

Eager for her next challenge, Jill is now ready to take her leadership and advocacy to Harrisburg to represent our community’s interests and needs. 

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