I’m a Small Town girl from the midwest- who settled in an even smaller town in Vermont to raise her family and spread her wings.

Stories Have Power

I was raised with a steady flow of incredible family stories; of witnessing the power of personal tales seamlessly woven into sermons and talks that brought new meaning to old parables. I understood from a very young age that stories hold a kind of magic. I learned the power of observation and how churning carefully culled details can produce meaning that nourishes souls, garners laughs, or even changes lives.

Using Stories to Reach Goals

I could never get enough of the stories that moved people to laughter, to tears, and to action. It is this foundation which led me to helping others share stories so they can reach their goals*. From the smallest independent consultants, to main street merchants, and international ngo’s, I have developed compelling content that forwards missions, as people discover, and live, their own unique value.

Values to Legacies and Being More Memorable

Like all of my clients, my work is informed by my deepest beliefs.  It is these beliefs- and the actions that are built on them- that form the basis for our legacies. It is in the sharing of our selves and our stories that we become more memorable. Being memorable is particularly important to businesses, artists and communities who rely on those memories to bring people back.

My name is Jen, and I am on a mission to help people build intentional legacies.


Ready to start building your legacy? Contact me today!

Find out why legacy matters:

– For Artists
– For Businesses
– For Nonprofits
– For Communities
– For Individuals & Families

Yes- I'm ready to start creating my legacy and sharing my stories!

*Reaching goals is an important part of effective storytelling. Even if your goal is just to entertain someone for a few minutes, identifying it is important. The importance of this step grows with the size of your goal.

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“At the end of the day, people won’t remember what you said, or what you did, but how you made them feel”– Maya Angelou