Jenn Tuma-Young, founder of Inspired Girl Enterprises, is a writer, researcher, spiritual teacher, and best-selling author. She helps people remember who they were born to be, and overcome the fear and self-doubt in order to use their gifts, realize their infinite purpose, and live a joyful life of meaning and connection.
She’s the author of Balance is Bunk: 14 Simple Soulful Techniques to Redefine the Elusive B-Word and Embrace this Crazy, Beautiful Life.
Jenn has extensive training in goal setting, overcoming obstacles, resilience, perception, the brain-body connection, releasing energy drainers, assessing core values, communication, spirituality, business development, team building, human resources, and the impact of our environment on our behaviors.
For almost two decades, she has worked with thousands of people, both individually and in groups. From assisting with their personal goals to transforming living spaces to working with C-level executives on business growth by transforming the workplace culture, she has developed methods that get to the heart of people, by focusing not solely on outward success but rather inward peace, core values, and time choice over time management.
As a global speaker, she has spoken at conferences, nonprofits, shelters, and organizations, and has partnered with companies including American Express, Unilever, and S.C Johnson & Son to deliver inspirational content to audiences.
Jenn holds certifications in life coaching, transformation coaching, wellness coaching, and kinesiology. Studied at NYU, Life Coach Institute, Monmouth University, American College of Sports Medicine, Spencer Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Wellcoaches and many more.
Dubbed one of “America’s Ultimate Experts” by Woman’s World Magazine and one of the “World’s Top Creative Spiritual Revolutionaries” by SoulArt TV, Jenn has appeared on Rachael Ray, 700 Club, and Better TV, as well as on news affiliates including, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News – just to name a few. Her tips have been featured in outlets such as Cosmo Radio, Martha Stewart Living, Huffington Post, Yahoo, Maria Shriver, and Forbes.