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.
Director of Operations and Programs
Danielle has over fifteen years of experience managing website data and infrastructure. As the mother of two kiddos, in elementary and middle school, 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, driving an inclusive training or any large professional project.
Rebecca Klueg has been a nanny for over 12 years and has cared for children of varying ages and abilities. As a Development Associate, Rebecca is involved with business development, community engagement, and grants to support family inclusion in everyday experiences. Rebecca has always had compassion for those who struggle and likes to find simple solutions to make life easier. She enjoys spending time with her family, playing violin, and calling Chicago her home.
Digital Marketing Specialist
Katherine Czarick has experience in marketing and social media management for a variety of organizations, including nonprofits and educational outreach programs. As the Digital Marketing Specialist, Katherine manages our social media platform and helps with the digital marketing efforts. She received a degree in Marketing with a Digital Marketing Emphasis from the University of Georgia in May of 2022. Katherine believes in creating communities that are more inclusive for every person.
Program Support Intern
Megan Taylor is an undergraduate student studying Mechanical Engineering at Colorado School of Mines. As a program support intern, Megan works on a variety of projects throughout the company. She assists the team in working on the website, managing data from events and contributing to the creative flow of projects. Megan comes from a neurodiverce family and believes in adapting the world to be more inclusive and better equipped to help all people, regardless of their neurodivergence.
Program Support Intern
Elizabeth Czarick is a Senior at Georgia College & State University, where she is majoring in Public Health. As a Program Support Intern, Elizabeth makes updates to the website, including management of the Sensory Friendly Hours & Accommodations information. She helps to support communication with these businesses to help maintain the most up to date information for families.
Board of Directors
Co-Founder & Acting Executive Director Twenty-One Senses Inc., NFP
President, Treasurer – 3 years
Owner/Designated Managing Broker at Nex-Gen Real Estate & Property Management Co.
Secretary – 3 years
Attorney, Law Offices of Jeffrey P. Story
Director/North Shore – 2 years
Web Application Manager, Pearson Education
Director/Technology – 2 years
CEO/CCO at Kilter Mercantile
Director/Parent Advocate – 2 years
Owner/Ehrhardt Organizing & Radio Host
Director/Fundraising – 1 year
Project Manager/Designer Gallagher Concrete
Director/Corporate Connections – 1 years
Vice President at Devon Bank
Director/Finance – 1 years
Board Members Wanted
Are you looking to advance inclusion in the community. We are looking for additional board members. Fill out an application today!
Sarah Smith, DSc, OTR/L
University of New Hampshire, Occupational Therapy – Assistant Professor
FloQast – Software Engineer II