Her teaching resume includes adjunct work for Azusa Pacific University, Cal Baptist University, Life Pacific College, Pacific Center for Performing Arts, Corona Civic Center, Lyric Theater, California Theater, Candlelight Pavilion, Lewis Family Playhouse, New Hope Elementary School, MI Music Institute, Hillside Academy, San Dimas Music, Brushstroke Music, Azusa Renaissance and the Academy of Music. Recent directorial work (Vocal Director/Orchestra Conductor) includes: "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", "Beauty and the Beast", "Pirates of Penzance", "Forbidden Planet", "Music Man", "My Fair Lady", "Little Women", "Legend of the Arrowhead", "Piece of Tin", "Evita", "Man of La Mancha", "Once Upon a Mattress", "How to Succeed in Business...", "Hello Dolly", "Spitfire Grill", and "Singing in the Rain". She also acted as vocal director for the production of "Twelfth Night" during which she instructed students on the necessity of vocal projection without electronic amplification in an outdoor arena seating more than 1,000. Jennifer's students have gone on to book Broadway, National Tours, Tokyo Disney, OCSA, Netflix, Crystal Cathedral, Cruise Ships, Television Spots, NYU, Disney Affiliates, Carnegie Mellon, LACHSA, National Commercials, Dreamworks, The Lincoln Center, major motion pictures, top regional theaters and grad school programs across the United States and abroad.
After over 550 performances, Jennifer completed her 8th and final National Tour of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” in 2018. Regionally, she is an acting Service Liaison for the volunteer organization, Broadway Serves. Many of her 30 students are pursuing work on recording projects, including their yearly group album “Coffee and Jazz”, available on SoundCloud. Beginning/Intermediate students have completed their Summer Digital Recital, and Intermediate/Advanced Students just completed the Annual Digital Summer Cabaret. Proceeds go to support Compassion International…
Educationally, she continues her professorial duties at Azusa Pacific University and accepted a position as the Clarion Kid’s Choir Director at First Congregational Church in Redlands. JW is delighted to continue her adjunct work at Citrus College and was newly accepted to the National Association of Singing Teacher’s in January of this year as a full member.