Personal Growth and Leadership

As a child, Jennifer struggled with self-limiting beliefs. Her self-doubt continued in adulthood and hindered her from accomplishing many things in life. When she became a mother, Jennifer realized she needed to change to become a better example for her children. She worked hard and invested in herself, adding value to her personal and professional life. Because she knew the adverse effects of self-limiting beliefs, she became passionate about personal development, speaking about it to children and organizations. Because she believed in serving the youth, she had participated in several John Maxwell Global Youth Initiatives where she visited schools speaking about leadership, anti-bullying, the power of self-belief, and failing forward to success.

YOUTH LEADERSHIP SCHOOL VISITS – John Maxwell Global Youth Initiative

Article From Guam Daily post: Building A Better Tomorrow


YOUTH LEADERSHIP SCHOOL VISITS – John Maxwell Global Youth Initiative


Jennifer As A Chronic Illness Warrior and Advocate

Jennifer is also one of the many people who suffer from the debilitating effects of chronic illness. After so many years of living with a rare form of migraine called hemiplegic migraine and a neuromuscular disorder known as dystonia, she realized that many people are unfamiliar with the conditions. Jennifer found her voice through writing and speaking openly about what she goes through as a chronic illness warrior. She is passionate about spreading awareness hoping to educate people and to break the stigma associated with the conditions.

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Despite fears and the limitation she has, Jennifer had decided to start a podcast called “Empowering Stories With Jenn” where she and her guests share various uplifting stories.

The greatest mistake we make is living in constant fear that we will make one.” – John C. Maxwell

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“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” – ― Martin Luther King Jr.

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