Mrs. Jenna Marshman
Mrs. Marshman grew up in Atlanta, GA and attended Milton High School in Alpharetta, GA. She moved to Asheville, NC in 2003 to attend Warren Wilson College (WWC). In 2005 she took a little break from WWC, and attended AB-Tech Community College to study Botany. When she returned to WWC, Mrs. Marshman completed her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science, with a concentration in Sustainable Agriculture (December 2007).
In 2013, Mrs. Marshman earned a Masters of Science in Agriculture Education from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University. She has had many interesting jobs including growing tobacco for the NC state government, teaching high school agriculture classes, horseback riding instructor, and implementing the Sustainable Dining Policy at Warren Wilson College.
In her spare time, Mrs. Marshman loves to hang out with her husband, daughter, and pets. She has a lab (Franklin), a border collie (Buddy), a horse (Kennedy), and two chickens (Annelle & Flossie). Her other hobbies include gardening, knitting, hiking, sewing, and cooking/baking.