The investigation into the murder of 28-year-old Jennifer Harris of Bonham, Texas was virtually cold from the get-go. Besides the jurisdictional issues and lack of leads in the case, some evidence was damaged and most lost. The turnaround rate at the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office certainly didn’t help matters either. The rumor mill, too, hindered the investigation. But there were always two suspects, and though some believe one was the most likely, the other, it could be argued, seems just as likely. The multiple agencies who have investigated Jennifer’s murder, however, have yet to turn over enough evidence to charge either man. Part 2 of 2.If you have any information about the murder of Jennifer Lenette Harris in Bonham, Texas, please call the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office at (903)583–2143. For updates on Jennifer’s case, the “Justice for Jennifer” docuseries, to donate, or for information on the $50k reward, please go to https://redrabbitjustice.comYou can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastWe recommend checking out the 48 hours episode titled “Murder on Red River,” which was used as a source for this episode.Also used as sources were The Texoma Herald-Democrat, The Fannin County Leader, The Texas State Historical Association, CBS News, and KXII.com.#JusticeForJenniferHarris #BonhamTX #FanninCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Unsolved #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
On Mother’s Day 2002, 28-year-old Jennifer Harris disappeared from Bonham, Texas after spending the evening with a close friend. Though she didn’t say with who or where, Jennifer told her friend as she was leaving just before 8 PM that she had to meet up with someone. Her Jeep was found the following day. Six days after that, Jennifer Harris’s body was found floating in the Red River, on the Texas / Oklahoma border. After issues with jurisdiction and virtually no evidence, the case was almost immediately cold. Autopsy results had the town of Bonham and Fannin County talking, and a love triangle only further complicated the case. Part 1 of 2.If you have any information on the murder of Jennifer Lenette Harris in Bonham, Texas, please call the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office at (903)583–2143. Or featured Othram, Inc / dnasolves.com case this episode: https://dnasolves.com/articles/granite_county_john_doe/You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastWe recommend checking out the 48 hours episode titled “Murder on Red River,” which was used as a source for this episode.Also used as sources were The Texoma Herald-Democrat, The Fannin County Leader, The Texas State Historical Association, CBS News, and KXII.com.#JusticeForJenniferHarris #BonhamTX #FanninCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Unsolved #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
85: How Can Nonprofit Leaders Be More Authentic Fundraisers? (Jennifer Harris)
Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership
85: How Can Nonprofit Leaders be More Authentic Fundraisers? (Jennifer Harris) SUMMARYFundraising is one of the most important - but often dreaded - functions you have to contemplate as a nonprofit leader. You clearly believe in the mission of your organization, yet fundraising often feels disconnected and transactional. How do you get more comfortable assuring your nonprofit has the funding it needs to achieve its core purpose, and feel good about it at the same time? Well, Jennifer Harris is the perfect person to address this dilemma, and she provides great advice that will help both current and aspiring nonprofit leaders in Episode #85 of the Path Podcast. Jennifer talks about what an authentic ask really is, and how you can get more comfortable making it. She also talks about creating a culture of gratitude at your organization, as well as how to get your board members more comfortable with the authentic ask as well! ABOUT JENNIFERJennifer Harris is a San Diego-based fundraising and communications entrepreneur who has spent nearly two decades working across the social sector. Her consultancy, JH Collective, Inc., leverages a holistic mindset to bolster fundraising, messaging, and strategy for nonprofits, universities, and health-related organizations. Jennifer has worked for nearly two decades in fundraising and communications, in leadership roles that span annual giving, major and principal giving, capital campaign design and development, and senior management. Most recently, she has ignited dialogue around "the authentic ask" and board wellness, and specifically works with clients to feed their mission, steward possibility, and generate impact. To learn more and/or book a workshop, get in touch with Jennifer.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESAdrienne Maree Brown’s Emergent StrategyKathy LeMay’s book The Generosity Plan Henry Nouwen’s book A Spirituality of Fundraising Read Jennifer’s original “Awakening the Authentic Ask” piece on LinkedIn
Unsolved, Unexplained is back! Bailie and Cori are kicking off season 2 with a cold case from Bailie's hometown. Bailie dives into the case of Jennifer Harris, who went missing on Mother's Day of 2002 and was found dead 6 days later. We will be posting new episodes every Tuesday! Don't forget to rate/ review/ subscribe! Don't forget to follow Unsolved, Unexplained on Twitter (@unsolvunexppod) and on Instagram (@unsolvedunplained) You can find more strange podcast like ours within the Straight Up Strange Network at https://straightupstrange.com/
Saving CalABA: Session 130 with Jennifer Harris and Greg Elsky
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
I've never attended CalABA. In fact, I've never even set foot in the state. And while I live all the way across the country, I recognize the importance of Behavior Analysts banding together to advocate for our clients, our communities, and of course, our profession. When CalABA had to cancel their conference in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the timing was such that they were not able to recoup the costs associated with hotel reservations, conference venues, and the like. The amount of money CalABA lost from this "black swan" type of event was staggering. In this podcast, Drs. Jennifer Harris and Greg Elsky take us behind the scenes of the events from the ill-fated CalABA 2020 conferecne. Specifically, we talk about what it was like leading up to the scheduled conference itself during the infancy of the Covid-19 pandemic, how they learned they had to cancel the event, what it was like to share this news with the attendees who were streaming into the venue, and we talk at length about the devastating financial consequences of cancelling the event. We also talk about how CalABA can overcome such a difficult situation with their current fundraising campaign. To be candid, without an influx of cash, CalABA's ability to advocate on behalf of the field in the nation's most populous state will be seriously jeopardized. Moreover, legislation that negatively affects the practice of Behavior Analysis in California has the potential to influence other states and provinces. Based on these factors, I will be supporting CalABA in their fundraising efforts. The Covid crisis has hit many of us in the wallet (myself included), however if you have the means to do so, please consider donating to what I believe is a worth cause.
62: Seriously, how many pieces of birthday cake do I let them eat? with Jennifer Harris, RDN, LD, CEDRD
The Full Bloom Podcast - body-positive parenting for a more embodied and inclusive next generation
Ellyn Satter Institute faculty member Jenn Harris returns to the show to answer a listener's question about conflicting advice she’s heard about handling “play food” or “sometimes food.” We get clarity around how to apply the Satter model when serving dessert (or when it’s served at a birthday party), discuss what differentiates eating competence and intuitive eating, and learn why structure may be your most powerful parenting tool when it comes to your child’s relationship with food. Read the full show notes for this episode. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Submit a question for season 3.
Taming your inner voice with Jennifer Harris (ep 102)
If you’re anything like us, you probably have an inner voice. One who isn’t always that supportive. In fact, they are often downright mean. Last year, a good friend of ours, Jennifer Harris, spoke about this during her presentation at The Retreat, Clarissa Rayward’s annual conference for lawyers. Whilst the talk was delivered to lawyers – it […] The post Taming your inner voice with Jennifer Harris (ep 102) appeared first on Managing The Juggle.