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My Story

Hey there, thanks for stopping by! I'm Jenn, born and raised in Dallas and now residing in the bustling urban forest of Atlanta, GA. They say you can't take Texas out of the girl, and my husband can vouch for that! I'm a proud mom to two adventurous and athletic daughters, along with our delicious dark chocolate Labrador, Aggie (Texas roots run deep, remember?). When football season rolls around, we are a house divided, but come baseball season, we all rally behind the Braves!

My journey into instructional design was an exciting fusion of my previous careers. I cherished my ten years in elementary education, teaching and promoting technology integration, all while facilitating professional development on vertical alignment and assessments, and earning my Master's in Education. Following a few years as a busy mom, I spent six fulfilling years in ministry, where I developed engaging curriculum for various age groups, led adult training sessions, and successfully managed large-scale projects and annual events.

Skyline of Atlanta from Piedmont Park
Team analysis meeting

Since early 2023, I have been heavily investing in myself and progressing in my development as a learning designer and practitioner. Alongside that, I've had the pleasure of facilitating instructor-led training, producing microlearning, and freelancing to help various clients in various industries upscale their small businesses. And I've jumped back into coaching softball!

During Spring preseason, I noticed a significant gap in quality training for volunteer coaches. Virtual meetings lacked essential information and were poorly attended. Recognizing this opportunity, I began collaborating with the Board of Directors of MCGSA to design several modules addressing problems such as umpire interactions and writing a policy for sportsmanship starting with a Spectator Code of Conduct agreement and intervention steps for those who violate the policy.


The list of performance problems and topics in need of comprehensive training and microlearning is growing! Why? Because better training for the stakeholders of youth sports enhances the player experience.

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Softball Glove and Ball

Youth sports lay the foundation for raising exceptional kids who embrace sportsmanship as they transition into adulthood, bringing all those young life experiences of failure, success and teamwork with them.


my Why

Thanks for taking the time to get to know a bit about me.
I'm excited about all the career adventures that lie ahead.
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