As a native Texan, Jennifer graduated from Southern Methodist University and served in various communications roles for EDS, Senator Lloyd Bentsen’s office and the Louisville Bar Association.
Her numerous volunteer activities have allowed her to mentor women, especially her roles as President of The Junior League of Louisville, co-chair of the Race for the Cure, Co-Director of Greater Louisville Outstanding Women (GLOW) and President of the International Coaches Federation (ICF) Ohio Valley Chapter.
As an Ohio Air National Guardsman, Major Timothy A.
Anglin is the FSS Director of Operations in Columbus, Ohio.
Extensive coaching skills and personal experiences allow Jennifer to create compassion and trust with her clients to move them forward to envision and embrace their definition of success.
Joe Platt, a self-employed attorney, is a father of four and husband to one.
He is keenly interested in societal change and its impact on liberty and freedom of citizens of America, the greatest nation on Earth.
Using an interactive life balance exercise, Jennifer examines what a full life is and provides practical perspectives, guidelines, and examples to help attendees think about their lives— what is working, or not working, and ultimately, what matters most.
By examining where people are in eight different areas of their lives, participants will explore how to add more balance, focus and joy, as well as gain practical tools to make empowered choices, create inspired actions, and get their lives moving forward.