- Ph.D. Applied Social Psychology, Brigham Young University, 2004
- M.S. Social Psychology, Brigham Young University, 2000
- B.A. Psychology, Minor in English, Southeastern Louisiana University, 1996
- Phi Kappa Phi Executive Committee Board Member, 2010 – 2017
- APS Member, 1996 – 2018
- Academic Advisory Council Member, Southeastern Louisiana University, 2003-04
- BYU Dissertation Fellowship Award recipient, 2002
- Director, Crisis Line, 1991-1996
- Certified Mediator, State of Utah, 2005 – present
- Honorary Lifetime Member, Phi Kappa Phi, 1996 – present
Jenith was born on a military base near Williamsburg, Virginia, and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She has worked as an administrator in both corporate and academic settings, taught eight different courses as full-time faculty in the Department of Psychology at BYU, and continues to teach evening and online courses. Her research focus: gender issues – including women and leadership, sexual harassment and relationship violence. Jenith is a certified mediator with the state of Utah, and she currently administers programs in professional development for academic administrators and faculty.
Jenith has three exceptional children, and seven delightful grandchildren. She writes poetry and enjoys the outdoors, theater, great books, good music, and diverse cultures.
Jenith administers programs for...
- New Faculty - Faculty Development Series (FDS)
- Pre-CFS Faculty
- Mid Career Faculty
- Late Career Faculty
- Academic Administrators
- Interdisciplinary Learning Groups
- Adjunct Faculty
- and maintains the Faculty Center, Adjunct Faculty & Department Chair websites