Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and communication sciences and disorders at Butler University. Continuing with her love for the Spanish language, she then went on to get her master’s degree in English-Spanish translation from Universidad Nacional in Heredia, Costa Rica.
Jennifer lived in Costa Rica for four years before returning to Indianapolis. This independent experience abroad gave her a greater understanding of culture and what it is like to live in a country different from your native home. Bonus: She met her Tico husband there, too!
Did You Know?
Jennifer tried to teach herself Croatian in junior high. Other than ‘Bok’ (hi), nothing else stuck. She later found she had a much better knack for learning Spanish, which has come in handy.