Jenny was introduced to the Estill Voice Model in 1997 when she attended a workshop run by Jo herself in Melbourne. She has since attended over 20 workshops, organizing many of these and also acting as intern. In 2000 Jenny received an ANATS bursary to study the Estill Model and spent a week in Adelaide with Helen Tiller. She attended the 1st Estill World Symposium in Santa Rosa, California, in 2003 and interned in 2004 in Pittsburgh where she undertook the Certified Master exam. In 2006 Jenny presented her first Estill Course in Melbourne under the supervision of Helen Tiller, as part of her Certified Course Instructor Examination. Jenny regularly organizes focus group revision sessions for those who have completed a 5 day Estill Course. Because of her background in Occupational Therapy, Jenny has a working knowledge of anatomy and has studied vocal anatomy both privately and at the 4th Science of Voice and Singing Workshop in Melbourne in 2001. Jenny has been teaching voice at Presbyterian Ladies’ College for the past 22 years and from her home studio in Berwick. Jenny has presented sessions on voice care for teachers both in Victoria and Tasmania. She is an Honorary Life Member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria and former Vice-President, having performed in all of the surviving G&S Operas, taking principal roles in many and during the past 7 years, musically directed both Gilbert & Sullivan and other productions (The Merry Widow, Desert Song) with Park Players and the G&S Society. Jenny has created and performed her own cabaret show ‘ My Luscious Life’. Jenny is a Past President of the Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing(Vic). In June 2016 Jenny was awarded EVI Service Distinction and Advanced Testing Privileges.