What to expect
Jennifer is a school occupational therapist, wife, and mother of three. She previously worked as a product designer at Johnson & Johnson creating online health interventions. Her design background informs her approach to occupational therapy. She loves sharing her enthusiasm for technology and occupational therapy by teaching workshops for students from middle school to college-level as well as for OT professionals. She also coauthored “Making it Work: Examples of OT Within the Maker Movement” in OT Practice’s September issue. Also, she's participates in a program connecting makers and educators from across the world to build invention literacy with Makey Makeys.