Brett Blair. Jen has been an amazing leader on Speech Team, not only as a co-captain this year, but over her three years as well. She often puts others before herself, and tirelessly works to bring the greatest success to her fellow teammates. Jen will be greatly missed, yet her penchant for other people's successes will undoubtedly transcend beyond Willowbrook."
Chuck Sheridan: Jen is such a wonderful person! She's the student I could always count on to cheer me up on a bad day; that's just the way Jen is - even when she's having a difficult time, she goes out of her way to support others who need it. More importantly, Jen is extremely compassionate and supportive of others; she is ready and willing to stand up for those who are being mistreated and is never shy about it. The world needs more compassionate advocates like Jen, and knowing Jen, I'm confident that she will never lose that innate empathy, for which the world can be grateful.
Terri Woebel: Jen worked incredibly hard for so many Willowbrook programs this year. Jen made me so proud during our spring play; not only did she make the audience roar with laughter as former Chief Inspector Wanda Dreyfus, but she also led warm-ups each night, helped other cast members with their parts, and assisted me whenever I needed anything. She stepped up as a leader and was a role model for both the cast and crew. The Pink Panther Strikes Again would not have been a success without her. Largest ticket sales for a spring play in years.
Jen walked across the stage and was given her diploma by the Superintendent . Then, she was suppose to shake hands with her Principal. Instead, she asked him for a high five and he said "sure Jen!"and high fived her! That's my Jen!
(diploma in hand, after graduation, June 12, 2011)