Jenna Hill holds a Masters of Science degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Emporia State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media from Baker University. She was named to the Baker University Dean's List, was a member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and a member of Alpha Delta Sigma Honor Society. She was an editor for The Baker Orange newspaper for three years and was honored for her work by the Kansas Associated Collegiate Press and the Associated Collegiate Press. She was named the Instructional Design and Technology Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year and was vice president of the Emporia State University Instructional Design and Technology Student Association. Jenna has been involved with the sport of track and field from the age of 6, when she competed in age group track and field for Emporia High School. She went on to compete in track and field and cross country for Baker University, where she was a multiple-time Heart of American Conference individual champion and was part of seven conference championship teams including cross country, indoor, and outdoor track and field. She is also a member of the school record holding 4x400 meter team. She continues to compete in road races, and finished her first marathon in the spring of 2016, along with several half marathon finishes. She also worked as a cross country coach at Andover High School. She is currently an editor for Roho Publishing.