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Jennie England, Chief Operating Officer

Jennie England

Chief Operating Officer

Jennie is a committed professional who has consistently demonstrated her dedication to making a positive impact in the field of psychology. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from West Chester University in 2006, she laid the groundwork for a successful career in human services. Jennie furthered her education by earning a Master's in Human Services Psychology in 2012 from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

A pivotal point in Jennie's career was her training at the renowned Kennedy Krieger Institute from 2010 to 2012, where she specialized in pediatric feeding disorders. This experience not only sharpened her skills but also deepened her understanding of the complexities surrounding these critical issues.

Following this, Jennie transitioned to the Melmark Residential Treatment Facility, where she worked from 2012 to 2016. During this time, she focused on conducting functional analysis and implementing treatments for individuals grappling with significant problem behaviors, such as self-injury, aggression, and property destruction. Her work showcased not only her expertise but also her compassionate approach to fostering positive change.

In 2016, Jennie made a significant move to Boston, marking a new chapter in her career. There, she immersed herself in the realm of early intervention, developing a passion for teaching early skills, including play, communication, and social skills. This shift highlighted Jennie's adaptability and commitment to expanding her expertise to address diverse psychological challenges.  Jennie’s journey exemplifies a commitment to continuous learning, specialized training, and hands-on experience in addressing complex psychological challenges. Her dedication to improving the lives of individuals through evidence-based practices, intervention strategies, and a newfound passion for early skills teaching makes her a dynamic and impactful leader in the field of psychology.

Jennie, having returned to Pennsylvania, assumed the role of Director at Aspire Child and Family Services. Her professional journey now intersects with Aspire's mission to deliver high-quality collaborative services to children. As the Director, Jennie brings her unwavering commitment to quality and goal-oriented clinical services, aligning seamlessly with the organization's overarching objective of providing exceptional support to children. Her leadership underscores a dedication to ensuring that Aspire continues to be a beacon of excellence in the realm of child and family services.