The Pacific Northwest's Top Business Transition Professionals
Jennifer Fry is a business owner with over twenty years of experience in coaching and consulting individuals and businesses to embrace behaviors that improve well being and lead to more fulfillment in work and life. She is passionate about helping people discover and live long healthy lives of meaning and purpose. As a leader in healthy aging, her desire is to help people think and act intentionally about aging so they live more fulfilling lives at every age and stage.
Jennifer holds a master’s degree in gerontology from USC Davis School of Gerontology and a bachelor’s degree in organizational behavior from Seattle Pacific University. Jennifer has worked within health care, aerospace, architecture, family-owned businesses and non-profit industries. She has extensive experience in leadership development consulting and training; helping leaders bring their passion and strengths together to realize greater professional productivity and personal satisfaction. Jennifer equips pre-retirees with a process to plan and navigate this important transition so they can step successfully into their next calling.
Jennifer is a certified leadership and retirement coach. She is also a certified familybusiness advisor, helping business owners think and act purposefully about their business and life transition choices as they approach and step into retirement. Jennifer offers coaching, training and workshops to individuals, couples and groups to guide them successfully toward their second half transition. Additionally, Jennifer delivers presentations to corporations, professional associations and the community on the value of planning for what’s next in retirement.
Jennifer is involved locally in her community in activities and events that support a healthy and active aging lifestyle. Jennifer and her husband Eric live in the beautiful Skagit Valley of Washington State. They are passionate about serving in their local church and community. They value exploring new adventures together, including kayaking, hiking, travel and consistent time with their 4 children and 5 grandchildren.