Jenny grew up in Lilburn, Georgia, where she attended Parkview High School. She began her college career at Emory University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and English. Immediately following graduation, she worked at a software company in Dunwoody as a Writer and Project Administrator. Through her time working there, she developed valuable technical and project management skills.
Jenny utilized her passion for helping others during her time in college volunteering at Out of Darkness, a local nonprofit helping victims of sex trafficking and through teaching English to refugees at Refuge Coffee Company in Clarkston, GA.
Her passions have always been to help give others better opportunities and a voice. Therefore, when she was presented with a chance to live and work overseas as a Women’s Health Advocate and English teacher, she immediately jumped on the opportunity. For two years, Jenny worked in a village in Northeastern India helping victims of sex trafficking in the Red-Light Districts of her city and teaching women’s health in nearby villages. She also volunteered as an English teacher at a local NGO in her town.
Now back in Atlanta, Jenny hopes to continue pursuing her passion for justice and helping others through law.
Outside of work, Jenny enjoys painting, reading, and hiking with her husband.