Jenn Browne has been an educator for over 25 years, and has experience working with students ranging from 3rd grade through the university level. Most of her work has been as an English/Social Studies teacher and a school leader. Jenn has experience working in public and independent schools in both California and Massachusetts, and the majority of her leadership experience has been at the secondary level as an Assistant Principal, Associate Head, or Curriculum Director, where she has been focused on directing curricular programs and supporting teachers in developing instructional practices.
Jenn has lived with Rheumatoid Arthritis since she was six years old and has recently founded a non-profit aimed at developing education and understanding around issues related to ability and advocacy for those living with disabilities. More Than a T-Shirt Company is a project that develops and sells t-shirts and stickers with disability positive messages. The company donates proceeds to partner organizations including the Arthritis Foundation and Autism Speaks.
In the last five years, Jenn has worked to develop and present workshops related to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Ethnic Studies. These include topics such as: Social Justice and Physical Space, Identity and Belonging, Navigating Challenging Conversations, Understanding Gender Equity, Advocacy and Allyship, Implicit Bias, Systemic Racism, and The Cycle of Socialization for a variety of public and independent schools and professional institutions.