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Jenny Davis

Jenny Davis is Project Accounting & Administration Manager at Aspen Group, and has been with the company for over a decade. She learned about Aspen after her church completed a building project and decided to apply for a position. Jenny’s favorite part about working at Aspen is sharing her ideas, developing a plan of action, and observing the positive changes that take place. Outside of the office Jenny loves spending time with her husband, Luke, and cooking and baking with their daughter Jolee.

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Church Construction | facilities | Jobsite Safety

How Our Construction Teams Stay Connected, Supported, and Safe on the Job Site

By: Jenny Davis
May 12, 2022

Each year, Aspen celebrates Safety Week on our job sites. This gives our construction teams the opportunity to learn, support each other, and get connected through a series of learning topics, demonstrations, and fun events! Safety is a critical component for the wellbeing of our teams and clients, as well as the success of our church projects, not only during these special events, but year-round.

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Church Construction | facilities | Church Safety

4 Ways to Keep Your Staff and Volunteers Safe on Church Construction Projects

By: Jenny Davis
May 12, 2021

Many churches have construction, in some form or other, going on throughout the year. It might not be a full-on building project, but teams are often building sets for sermon series, VBS and youth events may call for lumber, paint and power tools, and of course, normal facility maintenance calls for safety protocols. We recently celebrated Safety Week and offer these tips you can share with your staff and volunteers to keep them safe on the job, no matter how big or small.

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Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Discover the impact Millennials' values, allegiances, and assumptions will have on your church.