With over 11 years of events management experience, Jenny uses her unique skill set of problem solving, adaptability and vision to seamlessly coordinate logistics for in-house events, corporate meetings, medical symposiums, association conferences and many more. Her strong attention to detail ensures events and meetings run flawlessly.
Experienced at wearing multiple hats, Jenny is always up for a challenge and excels at adapting quickly to changing circumstances, with an upbeat, can-do mindset. As Events and Experiences Project Manager, she ensures excellent customer service that provides positive, productive relationships with our members and partners.
Jenny grew up in Northern Virginia. She holds a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University and completed an internship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She enjoys keeping up with her two young kids, reading, putting her twist on new recipes and entertaining family and friends.
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