Jenny was born in New Jersey and moved to Hawaii at the age of seven. At the age of eighteen, she moved to Philadelphia then NYC to pursue her dreams of being a musician and built a career over ten years as a recording and touring artist in a rock band. After the band reached international success, she made a conscious choice to leave this work in pursuit of living and modeling a more meaningful lifestyle. She was fortunate to meet the Waldorf community while home in Hawaii writing for what would have become a solo record for Capital records. Deeply inspired, she left the music industry for good to become a Waldorf teacher. Jenny soon after relocated to Seattle, joined an anthroposophical study group, and was part of the first foundation year course at Sound Circle Center. While in Seattle, she taught in the early childhood programs at Seattle Waldorf and Three Cedars, and then transferred to a full-time four year eurythmy program in Jarna, Sweden. After graduation, she carried the second year speech eurythmy training at Rudolf Steiner Seminariet while in the Jarna Performance Ensemble. She then joined the international performance group Mimage based in Vienna, and spent two years touring Europe with the company. After returning to America, she was called to teach blocks at Spring Garden Waldorf in Ohio for two years, then full-time at the Waldorf School of Princeton for two years before finally returning to Seattle. Jenny is now a eurythmy teacher to Waldorf teachers in training at Sound Circle and this is her third year at Three Cedars teaching K-8 eurythmy.