Vice President of High School Partnerships and Education Strategy
Jennifer Ostrager is Vice President of High School Partnerships and Education Strategy for Cablevision's MSG Varsity, which is dedicated to exclusively covering high school sports and activities throughout the New York tri-state area.
Ostrager oversees relationships and day-to-day operations with more than 600 high schools in the tri-state area, ensuring strong partnerships, where schools team up with MSG Varsity and are excited to see themselves on MSG Varsity's television and digital platforms.
She leads the development of education strategy for MSG Varsity, which includes curriculum and training to support the student media creation program, professional development conferences for teachers, customized training plans for the schools, and recognizing student media achievement through original programming and the prestigious V Awards, in conjunction with NY NATAS.
The media creation program provides real-world skills that allow students and schools to be active participants in telling their own stories on MSG Varsity.
More than 330 schools in the tri-state area are part of this program.
The program also provides students with unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunities such as interviewing professional sports figures.
has been with Cablevision for more than 13 years, joining at the inception of Power to Learn, Cablevision's commitment to K-12 education.
As director of education, she was part of the leadership team tasked with executing Cablevision's commitment to provide Internet, video and voice capabilities to K-12 schools as well as to develop content and programs to make the technology useful for learning.
Prior to joining MSG Varsity, Ostrager was the director of government affairs and business, where she worked on a variety of Cablevision business initiatives that intersect with government and municipal entities.
also worked in Washington, D.C., designing experiential programs for high school students focused on civics and government.
Ostrager is a Betsy Magness Leadership Institute fellow and earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree in learning, design and technology from Stanford University.
is the mother of two young children who can't wait to see themselves on MSG Varsity
in a few years.