Jennifer is a dedicated educator with twenty years of experience in K-12 and higher education. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Northern Colorado with a Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Science and an emphasis in Sport Pedagogy and Positive Youth Development. Jennifer’s most transformative years took place teaching overseas. In addition to her role as a health educator at the American School of Madrid, she coordinated service-learning programs for the U.S. Embassy in Chile and served as a faculty member at Universidad Andres Bello to consult on the first-ever set of national standards for physical education. She led experiential-outdoor education adventures in the Andes Mountains to help students foster teamwork, cooperation, and problem-solving. In the U.S. Jennifer has launched an asset-based health curriculum for underprivileged youth in detention facilities and led district-level professional development on teacher self-care and mindfulness in Denver school districts. A lifelong learner with a passion for social-emotional well-being, Jennifer empowers students to unlock their potential to thrive inside and outside of the classroom. Her interests include yoga practice, cycling at high speeds, and spending as much time as possible exploring nature in the beautiful Rocky Mountains and internationally.
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Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Science - University of Northern Colorado