Jenna was raised and currently resides in Greene County. She graduated from West Virginia University with a bachelors degree in health and human performance in 2017 and a master of occupational therapy degree in 2018. Jenna has experience working in the outpatient pediatric setting, skilled nursing setting, and early intervention. She enjoyed her clinical fieldwork as a student in an outpatient pediatric setting and knew that she wanted to continue working with children. During her experience as a student and clinician, she has worked with children who have a variety of diagnoses and delays. She is trained in reflex integration, sensory processing dysfunction, trauma and sensory integration, and feeding. She has a passion for working with children of all ages and focuses on empowering parents to be their child’s greatest teacher and role model. In the past, Jenna worked at a gymnastics training center with children of ages 1 through 10 as well as a daycare. In her spare time, Jenna enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, and boating.