Jennifer is Saving Amy’s Founder and Executive Director and has been with Saving Amy since the day it was born. She has a heart for helping others. She works closely with our Saving Amy community in every aspect of the day to day operations. Her hobbies include taking walks, taking care of her flower garden, and tending to her hummingbird feeders. She enjoys making dinner for her four children and their friends and having lively discussions around the dinner table; followed by a game, or watching sports or movies together. Outside of Saving Amy she has a practice, Spiritual Direction, where she leads groups and meets with people one on one to help guide people into living a life of purpose and joy. She is a volunteer at a local homeless shelter. Jennifer is a member of the Philanthropic Educational Organization, a group of women who support women in higher education. Most importantly she is a mom of four amazing children, three young adults and one teenager, who each know they have a call to change the world in their own unique way. Jennifer truly enjoys people and her time with Saving Amy and leading Spiritual Direction allows her to engage with people from all walks of life. What she does for a living does not feel like work. It feeds her soul.