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Jenn assists clients with complex commercial financing transactions.

Jenn has experience guiding sophisticated borrowers and lenders in both the public and private sector through secured and unsecured financing transactions. She streamlines complex end-to-end deals as clients secure financing for their collaborations. Working with clients on projects from start to finish, Jenn enjoys seeing plans come to fruition.

With a critical eye, Jenn applies research and due diligence to clients’ most technical financial transactions, making sure they adhere to federal, state and local regulations and disclosures, such as those of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). She negotiates, coordinates and drafts financing agreements, security instruments, closings, leases, and other commercial transactions.

Clients appreciate Jenn’s responsiveness and her attention to detail. She keeps client goals top of mind, knowing that a successful deal is one that works long-term.




  • J.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
    • magna cum laude
    • UMKC Law Review, board member, program editor, staff
    • Urban Lawyer, staff
    • CALI Excellence for the Future Award: Entrepreneurial Law & Practice, Torts and Evidence
    • Wilbur L. Pollard – Law Review Honor Award
  • B.A., Purdue University
    • Political Science with a concentration in Public Policy


  • Missouri
  • Kansas

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • Kansas Bar Association
  • The Missouri Bar
Outside the Office

Jenn enjoys spending time outdoors.

Jenn and her husband, Brendan, also an attorney, love to explore new places. Typically, they spend the day hiking, kayaking or sightseeing and end with a big meal and great glass of wine. The couple has ventured around half of the United States and look forward to hiking the rest. Jenn sometimes quickens her pace to run a race or triathlon.

While in Kansas City, you can find Jenn cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs, wandering around the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art or spending quality time with family.