Jenna Green

University Fellows Cohort Member, 2022-2023
PhD Student, Art History & Education- Art and Visual Culture Education
Portrait of Jenna Green
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Jenna identifies as a white, non-disabled, cis-woman from the ancestral land of the Akimel O’Odham, Hohokam, and O’Odham Jewed, colonized today as Phoenix, Arizona. An artist, museum professional, and yoga guide, she earned her M.A. in Museology from the University of Washington, where she studied museum education and evaluation; her B.A. in Anthropology from Arizona State University focused on social/cultural factors that influence health and well-being. In 2021, Jenna earned both a 200-hour and 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate. Her yoga classes interweave movement, mindfulness, and creativity; they often involve coloring, drawing, collage, and block out poetry. Jenna’s passion is exploring the intersections of art, well-being, and education in individual and community-based programs. Her goal is to integrate art, meditation, and movement into museum programs and other community art spaces. Besides these interests, Jenna enjoys traveling, making art, finding coffee shops, and going to museums.