The Art of Doing It All

Jenny Stotts, a licensed social worker, currently serves as the Executive Director of the Athens CASA/GAL Program and the Regional Coordinator for CASA in Southeast Ohio. She earned bachelor and master degrees from Ohio University. Before joining the CASA team, she worked in direct services child protection and served as a coordinator for child welfare education, working on regional and statewide projects. She has extensive training and experience in trauma-informed care, child abuse prevention and response, crisis intervention and forensic interviewing. She is currently the chair of the Southeast Ohio region’s CAPTA mandated child welfare review panel and has been elected to CASA’s National Leadership Council. She also serves on the Advisory Board of the Appalachian Children’s Coalition.

The “Art of Doing It All” is a smart, humorous session where Jenny Stotts says out loud the things we’ve all been thinking. She dissects the traits and habits of highly effective, highly efficient people and breaks down strategies for the audience to adapt into their own lives. The session is taught through a trauma-informed lens of resilience. Participants will leave the session with practical tips they can apply right away. Participants will understand the principles of personal development and organization. Participants will be able to take inventory of their own commitments and be better prepared to establish and articulate priorities. While the session covers a broad range, it is relatable enough for participants to feel as if they are in a one-on-one conversation with the presenter.

Jenny is a proud charter member and past president of the Athens Sunrise Rotary and the District Chair of Membership for Rotary District 6690. Ms. Stotts is also a volunteer Wish Granter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and a member of the Child Conservation League. She has recently been honored as the Athens County Young Professional of the Year, Southeast Ohio’s Community Leader of the Year and was featured in 5 Under 35 Ohio. She has presented to and trained statewide, national and international audiences. In 2020, she delivered a keynote to an audience representing more than 200 countries that has since been captioned in 20+ languages. She was recently published in Rotary Leader magazine and featured in the worldwide Rotary Responds broadcast as well as the internal Women in Rotary: Infinite Possibilities series. Her favorite quote is from the incredible Dolly Parton, “Find out who you are. And do it on purpose.”