Episode 26 – How to Reinvent Yourself for the Long Term with Jennifer Ford

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jennifer Ford. Jennifer is the founder and CEO of Frederick Mountain Group. She moved out to Jackson Hole in the summer of 2000 to work for the City Kids Wilderness Project and fell in love with Wyoming after canoeing from the Dam down to Artist Point. After a climbing accident in 2006, Jennifer had to re-evaluate her life and connection with Jackson. In order to survive in Jackson long term, Jennifer decided to attend law school at the University of Colorado.

In this episode, Stephan and Jennifer talk about business leadership, coming back to Jackson Hole, physical therapy, growing up with your Jackson family and being a good community member.

Jennifer can be reached directly at jenn@frederickmtngroup.com

Follow Jennifer (and her dogs) on Instagram @jfojackson

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Music in this episode is provided by Luke Taylor. The Jackson Hole Connection is edited by Michael Moeri. Website and social media support by Tana Hoffman.

About the author, Stephan C

Hello podcast world. I am Stephan Abrams the host and creator of The Jackson Hole Connection. I’ve been living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming since the summer of 1999, when I moved here to visit with my brother. I immediately fell in love with this place and knew I would call Jackson Hole my home...

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