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I Am... Jennifer Britton Feister a 2007 Graduate of Campbell County Public Schools

posted Sep 26, 2017, 5:03 AM by Amy Abell   [ updated Sep 26, 2017, 5:45 AM ]
I Am feature story Jennifer Britton Feister

I graduated from William Campbell High School in 2007. In 2011, I graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Special and Elementary Education and accepted a position as an elementary teacher at Concord Elementary School. After teaching for four years, I accepted my current position as a Team Leader for World Help’s Children of the World International Children’s Choir.
 I travel with my husband, two sound technicians, and two female chaperones along with thirteen children from Honduras, the Philippines, Nepal and Uganda. Our children are all a part of World Help’s sponsorship program and our main goal is to raise awareness for the impoverished and disadvantaged children around the world who are in need of physical and spiritual support through sponsorship and rescue. Our children perform through song, dance, and spoken word as we travel for ten months across the United States sharing about the hope of Jesus Christ.  As a team leader, I am responsible for the welfare of our children as we travel. I communicate with churches and schools to plan details for our concerts and visits with host families. I direct  the children during concerts and speak about my experience as a sponsor and my trip to two of the children’s homes in Uganda.
I am mom, nurse, public speaker, administrator, and leader.

 Being a part of the drama program in high school taught me how to work as part of a team with a common goal in mind. I am a confident leader and advocate for these children and children like them around the world. I am able to clearly articulate our passion to bring “help for today and hope for tomorrow” because of the skills I learned during my five years in the Drama Club at William Campbell.