Jenifer Connell, Consultant
Jennifer thrives when she serves in a consultative role, supporting individuals to develop their internal capacity to lead, adapt to change, and achieve new heights of success. With a Masters degree in Organizational Systems and a certification instructional systems design, she integrates her multi-disciplinary professional and personal experience with her integrity, humor, creativity and passion. Her dynamic style enhances her ability to bridge the gap between an individual’s vision and the human resources required to fulfill it.
Jennifer appreciates the difficulties and rewards of working in the corporate structure. In addition to her role as Vice President for The SELF Movement in Jacksonville, Jennifer has assisted public, private, and not-for-profit organizations including State Farm Insurance, First Coast Technical College, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, City of West Palm Beach, public school districts in multiple states, The SELF Movement, Character Counts! in Jacksonville, Ricoh-USA and JEA with effective meeting facilitation and organizational and leadership development. She has a powerful ability to facilitate groups and individuals to identify the root cause of a challenge and to increase their collective and individual capacity to create sustainable success through her philosophy of conscious leadership. As an accomplished businesswoman with years of both domestic and international experience, Jennifer has helped businesses incorporate leading edge disciplines and tools to cultivate healthy communication, enhanced employee engagement, and foster sustainable success.
As certified instructor for Meditation, Yoga, and Perfect Health from the Deepak Center for Well-Being, Jennifer is adept at educating individuals about the practice and value of stress reducing habits. She also thoroughly enjoys her community involvement such as serving as the chairwoman for the ASTD-NEFL Sponsorship committee, is a Certified Blueprint for Leadership graduate in addition to serving on the steering committee for Shaping Clay. Jennifer is honored to be able to provide philanthropic service, for which she was the recipient of the 2012 Handson Community Award from Handson Jacksonville. Simply stated, Jennifer enjoys working with organizations and groups that welcome growth and change.