Jennifer is the founder of GRIT, a community to amplify, inspire, and empower women. In this episode, Jennifer shares how a 3rd grade diagnosis shaped her educational future, having a constant drive to follow her passion, how her empathy was shaped, and being a champion for those needing support.
Jennifer Bardot, MA, MS, is a publisher of the Deconstructing GRIT Collection and Owning Your G.R.I.T.—both international bestselling anthology books available at Target and Walmart. She is featured on the cover of St. Louis Small Business Monthly as 2021’s Top 100 Persons to Know to Help Grow your business and was awarded the President’s Circle by Enterprise Bank & Trust. Founder of the GRIT Community—a free women’s leadership group—Jennifer holds certificates in the Dare to Lead Training by Brené Brown, Women in Leadership Class of ’72, and Leadership St. Louis by Focus St. Louis. She serves at ITEN Lindenwood University, St. Louis University, Washington University, and Fontbonne University. Jennifer is passionate about supporting business owners and female leaders and is a dedicated mother, community connector, and outdoor adrenaline adventurer.
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