After crushing the car business in such a male-dominated industry, she knew there was more for her.
This led Jeniffer to the mortgage industry. Buying a half-million dollar home at 25 was the silver lining for her, but God had a different light to show her. The 2009 crash took everything Jennifer worked so hard for; her home, multiple investment properties, as well as her marriage. Giving up was never an option for her.
While being a mother of four, working relentlessly to stay afloat, Jennifer found her true calling - helping others.
This revaluation allowed her to go back into the mortgage industry with a different mindset. Now, Jennifer is a top-producing loan officer as well as managing her own branch at the second largest non-deposit mortgage company in the country. She continues to thrive in this new light as a leader to her team, as well as all the non-profit organizations she works with to teach teens entrepreneurship through mentorship.
From being homeless at 17 to a mother at 19 - while working her way up from a switchboard operator to a finance manager - Jennifer had never let any obstacle stop her from achieving anything she wanted...
From being homeless at 17 to a mother at 19 - while working her way up from a switchboard operator to a finance manager - Jennifer never let any obstacle stop her from achieving anything she wanted...
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