Jennifer Kwang Krouse
Board of Directors, The Great Octave Foundation
Jennifer Kwang Krouse was born in Hong Kong and spent most of her life in the United States. She received an undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Forensic Chemistry and Speech Pathology. Jenny continued on to do graduate work at Northwestern University and obtained a degree in Prosthetics. Over the next decade she devoted her working days to the Orthotics and Prosthetics profession helping people rebuild their lives. Due to severe health problems she left her Orthotics and Prosthetics business. Jenny retrained in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in Connecticut, New York City and China. Her third career is volunteering for the National Park System which she also loves.
Jenny’s health issues led her to MediSounds just before the turn of the millenium and she has become a lifelong student of Shulamit’s teachings.
So far this biography doesn’t tell you anything of who she actually is. Jenny’s true essence comes out in the way she lives her life from day to day. She resides in a small, rustic cabin on a 10 acre ranch in southwest Texas. Jenny spends more money on “going off the grid projects” than she will ever recover in a lifetime of reduced utility bills.
Jenny’s greatest love is being outdoors in nature talking to the plants, animals and bugs whether it be on terra firma or on water. Her other loves in life are sharing meals (hopefully large portions) with friends and family, travelling, working on building projects, doing yard work, making music, creating art, laughing and singing.
Jenny feels her greatest achievement, thus far, is that she is travelling the spiral of life and has come home to herself. She has come home from so far, yet she feels that, in many ways, her journey has just begun.