Jennifer J. Cummings is known as an American communication strategist. She is most famous for being the daughter of the late Elijah Cummings, a former United States Representative.
She is the little girl of Elijah Cummings and Joyce Cummings. Her father, Elijah was a politician and social equality advocate who served in the United States House of Representatives for Maryland's seventh congressional area from 1996 until his passing in October of 2019. He additionally served in the Maryland House of Delegates. He was a member of the Democratic Party since 1996. Cummings served in the Maryland House from 1983 through 1996. That year, he was chosen for the U.S. House. Cummings filled in as the seat of the Committee on Oversight and Reform from January 2019 until his passing in October of that year.
Jennifer J. Cummings went through her twelve years as a senior interchanges specialist at The Fratelli Group. She is an American Director of Communication, Senior Communication Strategist,
Jennifer J Cummings has not revealed any public information about her personal and private relationships.
In 2019, it was reported that Elijah Cummings' little girls were in favor of supporting his long-term associate Harry Spikes in a packed field to succeed him over his widow. Jennifer Cummings and her sister Adia both know Spikes well, who served on Cummings' staff for over 10 years and who was crushed in an earlier primary for the Maryland House of Delegates.
Cummings widow, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings was additionally looking for the seat along with former Rep. Kweisi Mfume, who was perhaps the most established companion and is a former chief of the NAACP. All three of the competitors talked at Cummings burial service in October 2019, as did his two girls.
When Jennifer made the announcement of the sisters supporting Spikes, she said, "'My sister and I are supporting Harry Spikes for Congress because for the past 15 years he's worked alongside our father to meet the needs of the people of the 7th Congressional District." Adia requested Cummings' staff to remain during her own speech for her father, before citing Eminem's melody, 'Lose Yourself.'
Cummings passed away on October 17, 2019, at Johns Hopkins Hospital at 68 years old from a long bout with health complications. Before his burial service on October 25 at Baltimore's New Psalmist Baptist Church, where he was a member for a long time, Cummings lay in state at the U.S. Legislative center Building's Statuary Hall on October 24. Cummings is the first African American representative to accomplish the respect of lying in state at the country's Capitol.