Jennifer has dedicated her life to exploring the power of human potential, connecting passionate individuals with shared interests, and building collaborative communities that foster leadership, happiness, and wellbeing. She’s an accomplished entrepreneur and visionary with an unwavering dedication for activating and integrating the head and hearts of leaders, idealists, and change makers.
To be a star, you must follow your own path, shine your own light and not worry about the darkness, for that is when stars shine brightest. Author unknown
Jennifer brings over twenty years of experience as CEO, Founder, Strategist, Coach, and Consultant for purpose driven individuals and organizations to the Plenty team. Her cross-industry experience and expertise span Fortune 500 leadership, professional services, enterprise and portal technology, marketing, strategy, executive coaching, personal development, spiritual growth and healing. She has founded and led four companies, most recently, Healthy Happy Human BEings, a digital social platform and ecosystem to educate, empower, and connect local individuals, professionals, and business owners around physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, financial, and environmental aspects of wellbeing.
Now, as Plenty’s Co-Leader and Chief Strategy Officer, she brings an unparalleled understanding of peer networks, professional services, and human transformation along with a holistic perspective to our client work, marketing, company strategy, and business development initiatives. Her passion for human potential and consciousness is contagious — as is her energy (she’s an All-American lacrosse player recognized for bringing the sport to Utah!).
When she’s not helping create abundance, connection, wholeness, and happiness for our clients, you can find Jennifer creating it for herself. Her happiness is attained by spending time with her family and two children, camping, skiing the endless terrain of Park City, running mountain trails, Stand-Up-Paddleboarding, gardening, writing, cooking, and reading anything to do with human consciousness.
Check out some of the great advice Jennifer has to share in her recent blog posts.