About Jen

Just Who is this Career Epiphany Woman?

If something is missing in your career …if you feel like you’re making far less money than you’re worth or if you feel you might not be achieving your purpose in this go-round on the planet – then today is your chance to transform that forever.  If you want to discover the work that’s a perfect fit for you — that will be personally fulfilling and financially rewarding – you don’t have to go it alone.

Hi, I’m  Jennifer Anderson, also known as the “Queen of Career Epiphanies,”  and author of Career Epiphany!  Coach Jen’s Guide to Discovering Your Perfect Work, as well as the upcoming Imagine Loving Mondays: How to turn what makes you unique into a meaningful and lucrative career.

I am a self-proclaimed “High Tech Refugee,” and I’ve spent the last 15 years teaching thousands of people the concepts of real career happiness.  I’ve coached hundreds of people down the garden path to discovering their perfect work, and taught hundreds of entrepreneurs the secrets of launching successful small businesses.

I am an “early settler” of the professional coaching industry and in addition to being a Professional Certified Coach, I  am a preferred trainer at Coach University as well as a faculty member of Portland Community College and the University of California at Davis.

In the rest of my spare time, I am a wife and mother of two, and a ridiculously proud grandmother of one.  I am also an avid University of Kansas Basketball fan (BS Journalism, 1985)  Rock Chalk, Jayhawk!

4 Responses to “About Jen”

  1. Coach Jen, you are an innovative coach !

    Delightful blogs and I truly love the Coach U class and Public Speaking SIG you lead.

    When I grow up, I want to be masterful like you !



  2. Very Impressive resume

    Good luck,


  3. Hi Jen,
    I took your class in January through PCC. I’ve become so paralyzed in my search that nothing is getting done in my life. Do you still do private coaching sessions?


  4. Jen is the reason I am so happy in my professional life. I took one of her courses almost 9 years ago!! I discovered that while I had a very promising “career path” with Weyerhaeuser, that I was not truly happy.

    After a few weeks of true soul searching, I found a program that supported my dream job. I signed up for classes, was eventually accepted to the “program”. Here I am 9 years later, managing a department and loving every minute of my life.

    Thanks Jen – you are the best!!

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