Jenny began teaching in high school as a Golden Apple Scholar Award recipient, where she received supplemental training and a scholarship to attend the University of Illinois. There, Jenny graduated as a James Scholar with a BS in secondary education in social studies. Her zeal for education continued at the Harvard Graduate School of Education where she focused on urban policy. She then taught social studies at a nationally ranked gifted secondary school in Illinois. During this time, she was invited to be on the web board for the Time for Kids website and was chosen by the U.S. Department of State to design curricula for global understanding with Armenian schools. Walden Media also hired her to assist in producing curricula for three history films. After teaching, Jenny became a gifted specialist, researching gifted and talented students and learning. She then served as a Harvard Teacher Education Program Advisor for graduate students. Since college, Jenny has been successfully assisting students apply to various schools, programs and scholarships and particularly enjoys helping students articulate their unique self into words.
Jenny took a 1 year hiatus from formal work and lived in Ethiopia last year with her husband and now 3 year old. Jenny returned to the states to give birth to her 2nd child last November and now finally feels she can return to work since the final season of LOST has aired. Coincidentally, Jenny's newborn is finally allowing her to take advantage of more daylight hours. How best to use this time but with Signet?