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Jennifer has a master of arts degree in human services from Liberty University, specializing in Executive Leadership. She is a believer, a wife, a mother of four grown children, and an advocate for chronic illness warriors! She resides on the beautiful island of Guam with her family and her two rescued furry babies.
Jennifer is one of the many people who suffer from the debilitating effects of chronic illnesses. She lives with a complex type of migraine called hemiplegic migraine, where her symptoms mimic stroke, and a neuromuscular disorder called dystonia. Dystonia causes involuntary muscle movements and contractions. Because of the unpredictability of her conditions, Jennifer had to give up many things she loved doing, including her job. Nevertheless, Jennifer was a thriving entrepreneur, a certified speaker, leadership, family, and parent coach – a member of the John Maxwell Team. Despite her health limitations, Jennifer continues to add value to herself and others from the comfort of her home, writing blogs and articles that inspire and empower. Because of the stigma people with chronic health conditions receive, Jennifer also writes articles that promote chronic health illness awareness. Though she’d published several children’s books, Jennifer’s true passion is writing novels.
Jennifer is the host of a new podcast show called “Empowering Stories With Jenn,” where she shares stories that inspire, add value, and empower others. She loves speaking about faith, family, parenting, life experiences, books, personal development, and many other uplifting topics. Jennifer is also a fashionista who enjoys singing, reading, and photography in her spare time.
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” -Pablo Picasso
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Jennifer As A Chronic Illness Warrior
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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