Born and raised in Jackson Hole, Jenna gained a deep appreciation for the environment and animals of all shapes and sizes at a young age. After attending Jackson Hole High School, Jenna went on to graduate from University of Hawai’i Manoa with a BA in Biology in 2014. Jenna volunteered at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, CO and has been addicted to animal rescue on all levels ever since. Since being back in Jackson for good, Jenna has been spending her free time volunteering at the AAC since 2015, enjoying the beautiful outdoors and traveling the world. Jenna did not finish her first week of work at the AAC without adopting her first dog, Gunther. Her and her husband, George, adopted another dog, Pepper, shortly after. Helping animals is one of Jenna’s lifelong dreams.