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 Jenna Tremblay

Jenna graduated from Rhode Island College in 2006 with her BA in Musical Theatre. Jenna received her M.A. from Lesley University for Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy and Drama Therapy in May 2020. She currently works as a Mental Health Clinician in CCS for Child & Family Services. Her emphasis is in both Emergency Services and the Community Based Acute Treatment Program settings. Jenna works at Barrington Christian Academy as the Chair of Performing Arts Department, a K-12 full-time teacher, and director of the middle school and high school plays, musicals, and showcases. She also enjoys house managing for Rhode Island College and being a performer/producer at Ten31 Productions and for the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council in RI. She is currently directing It's A Wonderful Life: Radio Play, Midsummer (Abridged) and Hello, Dolly! at BCA, and an original piece for 8th graders as well as a Christmas play for grades K-5. She serves as a director and choreographer at Arts Alive! in Barrington, RI, and at Pilgrim High school in Warwick, RI. Jenna enjoys being the Young PlayRIYTs Coordinator for Rhode Island Youth Theatre and a member of RIYT’s strategic planning committee. In 2007 she resided in Connecticut for eight years where she worked at Long Wharf Theatre in production, company management, development, and operations; at The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce as a Business Development Executive; managed a yoga studio and was a musical theatre teacher at Achievement First Amistad Elm City High School. Jenna was a counselor at the Rhode Island College Summer Performing Arts Camp for ten years. Jenna gained a leadership certification from Synergy Education in New York City. She has worked in Human Resources in the Healthcare sector and has completed post-college credits in the study of Ethics, Compliance, and best practices in the non-profit industry. 

White Heron Student Company General Manager

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