Jenny Kapsa is the Family Financial Education Coordinator based in the schools fulltime, leading the MyFuture program, and the Profile of a Graduate Coordinator, planning and implementing life-skills initiatives to prepare students for life-long success [read more]. The child of an actor, Kapsa moved from theater to theater with her family and attended 10 different schools before graduating from high school. She quickly perfected being the new girl and has a soft spot for those who are new or don’t fit in. Kapsa is passionate about creating and supporting community efforts and has worked only for non-profit organizations. She was assistant director at Hemlock Overlook, George Mason’s Outdoor Education Center, where she managed summer camps, team development initiatives, and outdoor education. Kapsa later brought her creative energies to programs for Fauquier County Parks and Recreation and 4-H Extension in Culpeper, VA. Beginning in 2004, she led the 4-H program in Rappahannock County for 15 years. In 2019 she joined the team at the Rappahannock County Public Schools, uniting work with elementary and high school students under the MyFuture umbrella. Kapsa earned a bachelor’s degree from Longwood University and a master’s from Indiana University.
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