Jennifer Asbill

Associate Planner in Distribution
Jennifer Asbill

Jennifer Asbill is an Associate Planner in Distribution for Tyson Foods. She is serving a two-year term as the first chair for the Tyson DisAbility and Accessibility Awareness Business Resource Group, and an active member of the Tyson Inclusion and Diversity Action Team.

Before assuming her current role, Jennifer was the Director for Cyber Security serving on a grant team for the US Department of Labor, and an Economics professor at NorthWest Arkansas Community College. She also developed manager training for Sam’s Club and construction training/program development for Walmart, held a Director level role at Girl Scouts Diamonds developing adult training programs, and was a founding member of the GSUSA Leadership Cadre, founded to ensure Girl Scout Adults had the foundational values and training needed to work with girls across the country.

Earlier in her career, she developed training and leadership manuals for the University of Arkansas, serving as their Deaf liaison for interpreters and students. As an undergrad, Jennifer began a small business as part of a project, that developed into a full-fledged Sign Language Interpreter Service for the state of Arkansas.

Jennifer’s career has largely been developed around servant leadership, program development and corporate training. She holds two undergrad degrees from Oklahoma State University in American Sign Language and Deaf Interpreting, earned a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management, and a combination MBA and Master of Higher Education Administration from John Brown University.

In her free time, she previously served as the scholarship chair of the Oklahoma State University NWA Alumni Chapter, March of Dimes family coordinator, and continues to serve the GSUSA Leadership Cadre and as a parent IEP liaison as needed. Jennifer enjoys genealogy research, reading, and spending time with family. She currently is working on a psychological thriller novel and publishing is next on her agenda.

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities: Inspiration Turned to Action
DEC 3, 2018

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