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Bio of Jenny Big Crow

Jenny Big Crow is on a quest to inspire and encourage others to fulfill their calling in life. As a leader, she believes despite all that we go through in life we are overcomers.

She is no stranger to overcoming life obstacles. She was born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation which is one of the poorest places in America. It is also home to the proud Oglala Lakota Sioux which she is a member of. Her own story is one of brokenness as she is a survivor of emotional, spiritual, and sexual abuse. However, she has not allowed her past to stop her from the future that she is created for.

She is an Army veteran who has a college degree in accounting and holds a certification in Practical Theology. She founded and led a mentoring program for 6 years; she now trains other leaders and organizations on starting mentoring programs. She loves leading and teaching because she is passionate about seeing the lives of people change.

She has spoken at conferences, in school, in prisons, in small groups, and at other venues. She is available to speak on many inspiring topics such as leadership, motherhood, boundaries, mentoring, women veterans, emotional healing and overcoming abuse at your next event.

She is also passionate about bringing awareness to the historical trauma Native Americans endured throughout their history.

Jenny is available to speak at events by contacting her at jennybigcrow@gmail.com or 561-774-4428