JUNGLE JENNY is a citizen scientist, humanitarian, conservationist, photojournalist, social & interactive media host and Steward of the Earth who is fascinated yet very concerned with our changing world and the animals struggling to survive in it.
Her passion is art, animals, trees, nature, photography, education, kids, new media and protecting endangered habitats and species, especially in the rainforest. Her curiosity in understanding how human population and increased developmental activities have affected the Earth’s ecosystems & wildlife habitats over the years has led JJ on a new “Earth Protector / Restorer” type of mission.
Her intention is to make a difference on Earth, engage in diverse audiences, inspire others into action, act as a conscious agent of change, serve as a catalyst to impart new ideas, modes of thought, and revolutionary concepts while connecting and contributing to society.
Struggling for a happy & healthy habitat in the corporate concrete jungle of Los Angeles, Jenny decided to take hold of those emotions, which became her inspiration that sparked a thought, thus evoking a concept that bloomed a new design for living a more meaningful & balanced life in the jungle of civilization. To start this new living design process, she changed habitat locations from Southern California to Northern California.
During her new NorCal journey, Jenny has intimately connected to her inspired self and has felt a profound calling back to Mother Earth. While no sooner had she began cultivating her intentions of living in harmony with nature and making a difference, “Jungle Jenny” discovers her new focus and voice for Planet Earth.
Her mission is to help protect tropical and temperate rain forests, preserve indigenous species, habitats & wildlife, protect critically endangered animals, provide education and be the voice that addresses threats to these conservation challenges.
Her voice is to help humanity understand that we are all interconnected.
She believes that change starts with ordinary people (like herself) doing extraordinary meaningful work to make a difference.