Jenn was born in Lithuania and is, quite possibly, her nation's greatest swimmer. She still holds numerous National Lithuanian Records. Jenn was an Olympian in 2000, competing at the Sydney Games in the 50 and 100 Freestyle. She was just 15 at the time, which made her the youngest Olympian in Lithuanian history! Jenn learned to swim at the relatively advanced age of 8-years-old. She turned pro just five years later, at age 13, and in 1999 she won a bronze medal at the Europe Youth Olympic Days. After retiring from competition, she came to the United States in 2003 to continue her education and start a family. Clearly an authority on teaching the strokes, Jenn is also richly experienced with early childhood education; she is the mother of two beautiful daughters, Angelina and Jasmine.