Jennifer is a keynote speaker and works in broadcast with CBC and TSN. See some of her most recent work:
Jennifer attempts the London 2012 event of synchronized swimming in ‘The Experts’ for CTV.
Jennifer appears on CBC Radio One’s The Current on August 8th, discussing the roles that parents of Olympic athletes play:
THREE-TIME OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST AND FIVE-TIME WORLD CHAMPION JENNIFER BOTTERILL ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
WINNIPEG, Man. – Hockey Canada announced Monday that Jennifer Botterill, one of only four Canadians to take part in all four Olympic women’s hockey tournaments and a three-time Olympic gold medallist, is retiring from Canada’s National Women’s Team.
Botterill played 184 games in a Team Canada jersey – third all-time behind Hayley Wickenheiser and Jayna Hefford – recording 65 goals and 109 assists for 174 points, good for fifth all-time. She also played nine games for Canada’s National Women’s Under-22 Team, winning a gold medal at the 1998 Christmas Cup in Germany before captaining the team in a three-game series against the United States in August 1999.