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Introducing Jenness E. Hall, Ph.D. Jenness Hall comes to Towson Presbyterian Church with excellent skills to meet the needs of our children and families. Raised and baptized a United Methodist, Jenness joined the Episcopal Church approximately 18 years ago, and will now be joining us here at TPC. Having long been invested in church leadership and ministry, Jenness most recently served as Senior Warden of Emmanuel Episcopal Church (2013-2015); and authored her own multi-age church school curriculum. Jenness is also blessed with a background in higher education, in which she spent 20+ years in academic and student affairs. She earned a Ph.D. inhigher education administration and American history from Indiana University. Since 2004, Jenness has also built and leads her own company, and is an internationally recognized executive, leadership, and team coach. Her greatest passions are singing, consciously walking a spiritual journey through this extraordinary life, her teenage daughters Sydney & Anna Wilson, Shadow, their nearly 14 year old Weimaraner, and cooking. Jenness sang with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society for many years, and was a Board member for ten. Jenness is very excited and pleased to join the TPC team/church and is looking forward to our shared work and joy.

Certifications & Education
  • Certified Systems Coach, Center for Right Relationship (CRR), 2009. One of 500 certified system coaches world-wide.
  • Authorized Team Coaching Facilitator, Team Coaching International, 2006.
  • Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), 2006.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Graduate School. Indiana University,
  • Bloomington. 3.9 GPA. Historical dissertation: Japanese American
  • College Students during the Second World War: The Politics of Relocation.
  • Master of Arts, College of Education, Department of Student Personnel, Bowling Green State University.
  • Bachelor of Arts, English and history, Berry College, Mt. Berry, GA

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  • 400 West Chesapeake Avenue
    Towson, Maryland 21204
  • 410.823.6500
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