Woman of the Week: Jennifer Voit

Caroline  -  Jul 22, 2013  -  No Comments

Jennifer Voit Here at Executive Elements, we like to feature fantastic women we think you should know. Some of these women are clients, some are friends, some are women we’ve only just met. But they all have this in common: they are dynamic, interesting gals who have agreed to share with us their insights and secrets to success.

Jennifer Voit

My Current Job/Company:
Vice President, The Center for Family Safety and Healing. The family violence center, located at Nationwide Children’s, aspires to break the cycle of violence through advocacy, prevention, intervention, treatment and research.

My Birthdate:
12/30/72

My Work:
I manage the operations of a great organization and support the work an amazing team of experts in the field of family violence and child abuse.

My Passion:
My family and friends and learning new things

My Family:
My husband, Mitch Harville and our two sons, Blake, 5 and Maddox, 2. They keep me laughing!

My Heroes:
My parents, Ray and Marty Voit… they passed away too young, but left a lasting impact on many. I miss them terribly.

My Escape:
The beach, the sun, the outdoors

My Pet Peeve:
Poor customer service and people not caring about their work

My Indulgence:
Good food + good wine + good friends… and dessert of course!

My Roots:
Strong family ties and long-lasting amazing friendships

My Future:
It gets better every day!

My Love:
My boys! I love watching them learn, grow and discover something new. I absolutely love the way they care for each other. Nothing is better than when they give each other a hug or tell each other “I love you”.

My Movie:
If I had to pick one today it would be “Crash.” It was challenging and really left me thinking.

My Quote on Life:
“Learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t live long enough to make them all yourself.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt

And many (less appropriate) quotes from Tina Fey ☺!

My Accessories:
Bracelets and an occasional chunky ring

My Advice to Young Women:
Always think about your personal brand and what it represents….not just for today but also into the future.

How I Balance it All:
First of all, I realize that not all areas will be perfectly balanced all of time. Secondly, I try to be flexible and focus on the right things to achieve the right amount of balance in the right area at the right time.

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