Think that old kitchen table’s best days are behind it? Think again. Give Jennifer a weekend with it and watch it go from alarming to charming.
Her restoration skills make her a natural for PR. Ultimately, they’re both about hard work. You put in the time. You follow through. You find creative, imaginative ways to tell new stories about old things.
Jennifer’s got the storytelling gene hardwired into her DNA. In college at the University of Tennessee, she didn’t just major in Communications and minor in Political Science, she helped write a book. And not just any book, a book which centered on Tennessee’s national pastime: college football (specifically Butch Jones, the University of Tennessee Football Coach who shares Jennifer’s passion for reclamation projects).
Before the ink had dried on her diploma, she was already writing her next chapter, landing choice work with the Knoxville News Sentinel and Scripps. And now she’s at RPR – we love stories with happy endings.
Not all of Jennifer’s stories end so well. Here’s one of her not-so-favorites: As a toddler, she earned some battle scars when she crawled into a hot oven while her mom was cooking dinner.