Meet Jennifer Meehan
"Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are!" – Mother Teresa
Jennifer Meehan is a graduate of Loyola University in MD. She majored in Communications with an emphasis in Advertising. After graduating college, Jenn returned to her hometown suburb of Philadelphia where she began a career utilizing marketing, sales, and training skills for Select Office Systems. She was then offered an opportunity to work in sales and marketing for Black and Decker, and was fortunate to travel the country in the position as an Account Manager.
Jenn has been married to her husband Kevin for twenty one years and happily put her career on hold to raise their four children for the last 19 years. Her youngest is approaching high school and her oldest just completed her first year in college.
Throughout that time of managing four children (all 18 months apart), Jenn volunteered in various roles at school ranging from Brownie Leader, to various fundraising events, and most recently, finished her service on the CYO Board at St. Agnes Parish as Director of Social Events. The most rewarding part of balancing her children’s busy academic and athletic schedules is the countless memories that they have made and will continue to make!
Jenn was also one of the very first volunteers at Cuddle My Kids, a non-profit organization that provides support to families who have a parent battling cancer. It is clear to see how much she loves being with children and when her youngest started first grade, she began another career teaching pre-school at the “Bucket School” in West Chester. It was this endless amount of energy and outgoing personality that attracted Patti to Jenn, and Jenn has brought that enthusiasm into her new role as Executive Assistant. Jenn’s willingness to learn and help out where needed has quickly proven her to be a great asset to our team!
Get to Know Me
What's the greatest lesson you've learned in life thus far?
The greatest lesson I leamed in life thus far is from a saying my father instilled in me whenever I doubted myself. There were many times in my youth when I was told "Can't means wont!" I continue to repeat this simple yet powerful piece of advice to my four children. If you think you cannot accomplish a goal, you will not. So therefore, TRY! And if you fall, you WILL get back up, and it will only make YOU that much stronger and confident to try again.
At the office I can't live without:
Kind and supportive co-workers. And laughter!
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