We are so proud to call Jenny part of the KayaHub Family.

Jenny was  born in Humboldt County California and raised in the heart of Southern Humboldt.  Growing up she was an active athlete with a competitive edge, participating in a variety of youth sports.  Volleyball & basketball were among her top favorites.  Aside from the countless hours spent in the gym or on a field, she also developed another interest.  What started out as free writing for an English class soon turned into poetry writing and then onto short stories.  Jenny developed a passion for descriptive writing and spent a lot of spare time in her room at night, with a pen in hand.  She had a natural eye for detail and my creative style with the use of descriptive words made for the perfect combination.

After receiving her high school diploma, Jenny continued her education and graduated from college in 2002.  From there she entered the workforce and has not stopped since.  Jenny said, “I’ve been blessed to have had the opportunity to work in many different fields having gained experience in retail, hotel & lodging, pharmaceutical, office & administration, the tourism industry, marketing & advertising, catering and the wedding industry just to name a few.

Jenny is a very driven, motivated and goal oriented individual that works hard to be successful in everything she puts my time into.  She takes pride her work ethic, integrity and her character.  I believe in being the
hardest worker in the room and that “your work is your autograph.   

Her love for sports is still very much and continues to play competitively.  In 2007 she developed yet another passion, stumbling upon a coaching experience.

Jenny told KayaHub “I am blessed to be a mother of oneson,  a coach to many, a woman with experience, a Virtual Assistant with a growing client list, a descriptive writer and am proud to be apart of an event coordinating team in Humboldt County that is making waves in the weddingindustry!  The journey to get here hasn’t always been easy, butit sure has been worth it!”