Jennifer helps people discover and develop their natural voices. She has been a voice coach since 2009.
Many years of experience as a singer, recording artist, singing teacher, choral director, and speaker enable her to bring a deep understanding of the human voice to the work.
Jennifer’s formal training includes an Honours Bachelor of Music in Vocal Education, a three-year Artist Diploma in Vocal Performance, and an Associateship in Voice (ARCT).
In addition, Jennifer has extensive public speaking and media experience. Her solo CD ‘Mothers of the World’ was distributed by A&M across Canada to critical praise. For six years she volunteered as a spokesperson for the Arthritis Research Foundation, raising both awareness and funds for research through multi-media presentations, radio and television interviews, and public service announcements.
“I have seen that when a person opens to the expressive range and potential of their own voice, there is often a corresponding expansion in confidence, communication, and self expression. It is deeply satisfying work.”
Committed to lifelong learning, Jennifer continues to study voice through workshops and courses in a wide range of topics, from anatomy to Tibetan overtone chanting.
When she is not teaching, learning, or making music, you may find Jennifer painting, practicing yoga, and loving life.