Jennifer Lendvai-Lintner is a writer, certified Teacher of English, and a first-year writing instructor at Rowan University, where she is earning her Master of Arts in Writing. In addition to writing, learning, teaching, and wrangling her busy household, she mentors beginning and developing writers through 1:1 virtual coaching and online courses.
After a lengthy hiatus, Jen returned to writing when her youngest was born with a rare genetic condition and profound needs. Jen is a firm believer that small moves create immeasurable impact, that thriving is a choice, breathing can be victory enough, and giving oneself grace is essential. She is committed to kicking butt, not in spite of tough circumstances, but because of them.
Jen's work is published in various print and online publications. She believes in the tremendous power of telling our stories; you can read hers in her personal blog, The Best We Have to Give.
Honors and Memberships
Bachelor of Arts
University of Delaware
Major: English with a concentration in Journalism
Minor: Women's Studies
Accelerated Teacher Certification Program
The College of Saint Elizabeth
Kappa Delta Pi, International Education Honor Society
Women's Studies Award of Special Merit
Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Jennifer's work has appeared in print and online publications, including Delaware Today Magazine, The Independent Press, Scary Mommy, Her View from Home, Parenting Special Needs Magazine, Today Show Parenting Team, and more. Additionally, she worked as a reviewer of content submissions for Chicken Soup for Volunteer's Soul.