Jennifer Holsman Tetreault
Jenny currently serves as the VP and Associate General Counsel of Litigation and Compliance for TPI Composites, a global wind-blade manufacturer with locations throughout the United States, Europe, China, India, and Mexico. She is responsible for the company’s global anti-corruption program, ethics hotline, internal investigations, HR and employment matters, commercial and contract negotiation, and domestic/international regulatory compliance.
Jenny holds a Juris Doctorate and Master’s in Political Science from Syracuse University and a B.S. in Political Science from Arizona State University.
Beyond proudly serving on the Ballet Arizona Board of Directors, Mrs. Holsman Tetreault currently serves as the past Board Chair for Valley of the Sun United Way and on the Women United Global Leadership Council. She also serves on the Board of Directors for numerous community organizations, including Community Legal Services, Waste Not, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Girl Scouts, the O’Connor Institute, Herberger Theater, and the Phoenix Library Foundation.
In recognition for her work in the community, Jenny was named one of the “Most Influential Women in Business” for 2020 from AZ Business Magazine, and she was honored as the “Sustainer of the Year” from the Junior League of Phoenix in 2019. Additionally, she was a “Spirit of Philanthropy” recipient by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2018, and recognized as one of the “Top 10 (National) Attorneys under 40” by the Association of Corporate Counsel in 2017. Jenny graduated from Valley Leadership in 2010 and was a Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy Fellow in 2011.
Most importantly, she is surrounded by an incredible team, including her husband Colin Tetreault, her 7-year-old son (Connor), and her five-year-old daughter (Madeline) (a student at the School of Ballet Arizona). They love Ballet Arizona, the ASU Sun Devils and Syracuse Orangeman, incredible food, traveling, outdoor activities, and exploring the world seeking their next adventure.