Jennifer Fahlsing, CPC, is a co-founder of NAAP now serving as President. Jennifer has spent the last 20 years in the employment industry and is a licensed real estate Broker. She holds a BS in Business Management and an AS in Accounting. Her background includes education, training, sales, operations, and public speaking.
Jennifer is an Adoptee and First Mother which provides her with a unique understanding of the challenges involved in search and the gamut of emotions experienced in reunion. In 2013, after three decades of searching she located both her mother and son within a 3-month period. In 2018, after years of rejection she finally reunited with her father days before his death.

She served on the board for the ISSA for 8 years in a variety of roles including President and was the Secretary and managed the Social Media for Indiana Adoptee Network for four years. She joined Hoosiers for Equal Access to Records in 2015 and testified in 2015, 2016 and 2021 in support of OBC access legislation for Indiana Adoptees. Jennifer is a Sister on the Ground for Saving Our Sisters.

A 2014 Huffington Post article was written, by Claudia Corrigan D’Arcy, about her struggle to obtain a Passport; US Adoptees Have Trouble Getting Passports Due to Seal Records Law. Jennifer was the recipient of the Angel in Adoption award in 2018.

Jennifer resides in NE Indiana and enjoys spending time with her family and husband of 37 years, renovating investment properties, outdoor adventures, and traveling.