Jennifer graduated with her Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 1996. As a former military spouse, she has worked in a wide variety of pediatric settings across the country, including the public school systems in rural North Carolina & Miami, Florida, a non-public school for children with behavior difficulties in San Diego, California, the 0-3 Program in Sitka, Alaska, a private clinic and home health in the area around Daytona Beach, Florida and at a children's rehab hospital in the metro area. Jennifer has worked with infants and children with a wide variety of diagnoses including Autism,  Developmental Delay, hearing impairment, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Central Auditory Processing Disorder and Childhood Apraxia of Speech.  She has specialized training in Therapeutic Listening and the Picture Exchange Communication System, and has extensive experience with augmentative/alternative communication.

Jennifer lives in Norman with her husband Mike and two children, Jack and Harper. She enjoys playing with her boxer dogs, reading, listening to local musicians and socializing with friends.