The most fulfilling aspect of my job is being part of the growth in staff and students’ lives achieved through experiential learning. I love experiencing with students those moments when they realize their own ability to affect their sphere for good and choose to act.
Associate of Arts in English
Experienced classroom teaching assistant in both public and private schools since 2009
Specialized in working with youth on the Autism Spectrum through ABA training
AEGIS systems instructor specializing in crisis intervention
Jennifer believes that hard work, passion, and compassion are key contributors to successful relationships and success in life. Jennifer takes a supportive approach to mentoring and encourages students to explore their personal goals and the impact they want to have on the world around them. Through empathy and patience in each step, Jennifer aims to challenge students to access and utilize their talents and skills to grow and achieve.
Jennifer received an Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in English from Snow College in 2005. She has worked in a variety of fields and has over a decade of experience working with youth and children of all ages in both the public and private sectors. Jennifer has training as a Behavior Technician working with children on the Autism Spectrum and is working toward a degree in Special Education. Jennifer has held multiple positions in the residential and academic settings while at Gateway and was the Administrative Teaching Assistant prior to her role as the Alpine Residential Manager.
Jennifer spends much of her free time with her family. She also enjoys tasting and cooking new foods, speaking Spanish and learning other languages, playing volleyball, and reading.