Jennifer (Fatalevich) Rosenthal was raised in a Jewish family in San Francisco. Her father was a Soviet dissident who emigrated to the U.S. in 1980 and her mother is American. Early on, Jennifer developed a strong passion for music, language, travel and film, completing a piano degree at the prestigious San Francisco Conservatory of Music and becoming fluent in French and Russian. In 2011, she received a B.A.B.S. degree in international business from Washington University in St. Louis and was awarded for having the greatest potential for a career in international business. Jennifer was secretary of her high school and vice president of her college sorority. She also started a Jewish cooking club at Chabad on campus. Jennifer has worked in her family media and publishing businesses since her teens. She completed a six month internship at NBC Universal in London. Jennifer is currently Special Projects Manager at Canadian Motion Picture Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, one of the largest studio complexes in the world, where major films, including Mission Impossible and Twillight were produced. Jennifer currently resides in Vancouver, Las Vegas, and San Francisco.
Due to the ever-changing nature of the film and television business, Jennifer's work requires constant innovation to meet the many demands of the various film and television projects in which she is involved. Every project is unique and must respond to a complex array of local and global factors that directly affect the business, including limitations on financing, government incentives, currency fluctuations, Hollywood studios needs and production resources. Jennifer's job requires her to look for solutions for her clients to optimize their conditions and keep them producing at CMPP facilities. This involves getting unions, local government and the technical and creative staff to look at new ways of doing things that will positively impact production.