Jen has over 20 years of management, web marketing, and usability experience. She’s an active volunteer, community leader, and the mother of two awesome, funny, and loving special needs children. Throughout the years, Jen has watched her kids struggle to integrate themselves into typical spaces and situations, and she knows how exhausting and stressful it can be to help them navigate school, extra curricular activities, and other social situations. Twenty-One Senses was born out of Jen’s experience, tenacity, and desire to share what she’s learned with this growing community.
Gabi is a successful entrepreneur and property manager. As a former tutor and caregiver with over ten years of experience working with special needs children, she has firsthand experience of the environmental difficulties related with sensory processing disorders. Gabi brings her unique combination of passion, experience, and insight to Twenty-One Senses and hopes to see all kids succeed in integrating and interacting with their environments.
Danielle Heaton, Online Resource Program Director
Danielle has over twelve years of experience managing website data and infrastructure. As the mother of two elementary schoolers, including one special needs kiddo, she is passionate about creating a strong community of parents and caregivers that are honest, supportive, and willing to learn from each other’s struggles. This emphasis on honesty and support is central to all aspects of Danielle’s life, whether she’s managing a Cub Scout activity or a large professional project.
Acia Holland, Content Manager
Acia is a graduate of Roosevelt University and has over a decade of content creation and data management experience. She is the mother of twin preschoolers, an occasional writer, and an advocate for diversity, creativity, and community building.
Becky Taylor, Software Developer
Becky has twenty years of software development experience and is excited to blend her professional expertise with her personal mission: to build a strong, compassionate community in which we can learn to better support our children and each other. Becky is the mother of a high schooler and an elementary schooler, one of whom has special needs, and she can usually be found on the sidelines of their sporting events.