Ever since she was a little girl on a farm in rural Iowa, Jenny Bullington's heart has been filled with wanderlust and adventure. She started writing at an early age, and has never stopped. After traveling around Europe, Africa, and Asia, Bullington's desire to transport others to those places and to raise awareness of important humanitarian and social issues takes hold in her writings.
She received her Bachelor's Degree from Iowa State University and her Master's Degree from Pacific Oaks College. In her spare time, Bullington enjoys teaching as an adjunct college professor, writes parenting and child development columns for a taekwondo kids program, is a student of taekwondo, jiujitsu, and krav maga martial arts, is passionate about social justice and advocating against domestic violence and human trafficking, serves on the Board of Directors for an Omaha nonprofit named Survivors Rising, and volunteers at her children's school. She's a featured storyteller at Ode/Beacon Story Lab, an Iowa organization that promotes positive impact through empathy. Her adventures never stop as she raises her six small children with her beloved husband, Branden, in the Midwest.