Jennifer has a master of arts degree in human services from Liberty University specializing in executive leadership. She was an entrepreneur, a certified speaker and a leadership, family and parent coach. She is a wife, a mother, an advocate for stray animals, and a chronic illness warrior! She resides on the beautiful island of Guam with her husband, her youngest daughter, Kayla, and her two rescue furry babies, Rondo and Kula. Her love for animals had made her an advocate for stray animals helping them find homes, and spreading awareness regarding the importance of spaying and neutering. Because she knew the negative effects of self limiting beliefs in children, she was inspired to write “Good Morning, Mirror” hoping to teach young minds the importance of positive self-talk.
Jennifer is also one of the many people who suffer from the debilitating effects of chronic illness. After so many years of living with hemiplegic migraine and dystonia, she realized that many people are still unfamiliar with the conditions. Jennifer found her voice through writing and speaking openly about what she goes through. She is passionate about spreading awareness about hemiplegic migraine and dystonia, hoping to break the stigma associated with the conditions.
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