State Rep

Badass Author, Award-Winning Writer, National Healthcare Advocate, and invited speaker to the United States Capital advocating for healthcare for all. A successful radio personality on Matt Connarton Unleashed an evening drive FM show syndicated around the world. Jenn is a noted artist on Tomorrow Radio and has been cited for her contributions to the UK radio airwaves.

In 2020 Jenn sparked the creation of laws in her state protecting patients with irretractable chronic pain conditions from being denied appropriate and compassionate care. Patients can no longer be denied care or access to medications thanks to the passage of “Jenn’s Bill.” Read the full story here.

A retired NREMT-I (Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician – Intermediate) who developed rare conditions, (CRPS) Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Small Fiber Neuropathy, and Tamoxifen Retinopathy after breast cancer. She uses her platform to raise awareness and advocate for access to better medical care.

The Honorable Representative Jennifer Coffey served in the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 2008 to 2012. Serving in many leadership roles including Vice-Chair of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. Her written works have been published in many publications such as the RSDSA Blog, For Grace, RSDSA News, PSARA, The Mighty, Blade Magazine, Blade Magazine, and Women and Guns Magazine. Coffey has also been featured in such publications as the Union Leader, New York Times, The Source with Ezra Levant, Reason Magazine, Knife Depot, Knife Rights, Knives 2013: The World’s Greatest Knife Book by Joel Kertzman, and the Christian Science Monitor.

Jenn Coffey has received numerous awards, Excellence and Dedication to Tomorrow Radio UK, such as the Freedom’s Edge National Knife Rights Award, and The Union Leader’s “Class of 2011 – 40 Under Forty“. Jenn self-published an autobiography in 2011 entitled “Knives, Lipstick, and Liberty One Woman’s Journey“, selling over 500 copies, now available as an e-book on Jenn’s ipmNation Station Artist Page .

An activist and healthcare advocate since 1989, Jennifer received her first awards that same year. Jenn served as a New Hampshire State Representative for 4 years and was a member of the Speaker’s Transition Team and Leadership of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Formerly Coffey served as the National Director of Legislative Affairs and member of the Board of Directors for the Second Amendment Sisters, Inc. She has raised awareness for Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, as well as other conditions for which support is greatly needed. Today much of her work is around Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and small fiber Neuropathy.

EMT Jenn

An amateur artist she spends most days in her home studio or garden. Jenn has had the honor of marrying couples as a Justice of The Peace for the State of New Hampshire. Still active in politics, Coffey has worked closely with Senator John Reagan on issues affecting people with irretraceable chronic pain and their access to pain care and humane treatment. Working together they passed “Jenn’s Bill”, a comprehensive change to ensure dignity and treatments are available to those in need in and around New Hampshire.

As a hobby, Jenn loves making challah from scratch.

You should check out her, “badass balls” protein snacks.