Jennifer Rivera-Rockwell graduated from Montana State University-Bozeman with a Bachelors Degree in Modern Languages and Literature for Spanish, and English Literature and Teaching. She graduated from the University of Scranton with a Masters in Professional School Counseling. She is part of the Yoga Teacher Alliance, and has accumulated 500 hours from courses and taught yoga for the last seven years.
Jennifer has taught in the public school system for the past 20 years. She enjoys the outdoors, kayaking, hiking, fishing, yoga, learning new languages, exploring new cultures, traveling the world, and providing service to communities in need. Volunteer work and helping communities thrive is a big part of her life and she had the privilege of leading a service learning trip to Peru a couple years back to help build schools with the Sacred Valley Project. Jennifer is passionate about continuing her education, and teaching and learning in all aspects of her life.
Fun Facts and Hobbies
- Backpacked 36 miles into Glacier National Park
- Built schools with the Sacred Valley Project
- Started the Interact Club with Rotary to provide service to communities