Before the interview has even begun, I can tell that Jenny Gremillion is someone special. With a million-dollar smile and an energy that radiates positivity, it is hard not to become inspired while listening to her story. First and foremost, she is the mother of three girls, a role that has shaped and molded her current journey working with the foster children of Louisiana.
Three years ago, Jenny found herself floating along in her corporate job in medical device sales searching for a higher meaning. She felt a tug to come back home to her roots, engage her creative side, and start to give back to the community. While working on flood relief in Denham Springs, Jenny followed this urge to help others and found James Storehouse Louisiana, a nonprofit that services children in the foster care system.