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When people share their ideas and visions, I listen to more than their words. I listen to their meaning. I cut through what they’re saying to identify precisely what’s needed.

How does that work? That’s the question that has driven Jennifer, a creative explorer, since childhood. Her creativity was first sparked by her mother’s wild storytelling imagination and her grandmother’s paints. But she felt compelled to solve problems, too – because she believes things should work the best they can. As an industrial designer, she was able to do that. And she designed some cool things still on the market, including a ceiling fan, a children’s museum exhibit and several faucets at Home Depot. Now, she helps strategize the function of messaging and design and the grand prize of her creative focus: How can things be even better?