Jenni grew up in Redmond, Washington and started dancing when she was 3 years old. She continued her dance education and began participating in conventions and competitions for the next 15 years. After High School she was accepted into The Young Americans College of Performing Arts in California. During her time there she traveled; teaching and performing with children and adults from China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Japan, U.K., Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, Switzerland, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Estonia and Russia. Jenni considers dance to be a form of expression that comes straight from the heart–dancing has never been just an activity for her. Dance is the foundation and the platform where you can communicate your feelings, express yourself, and connect with others on a greater level. The power of dance, and the community involved, has the ability to change everyone into a happier, more confident and better person then when they began. Her main goal is to allow dance to help others grow in confidence, self-love, and, freedom of expression.