Jenya Krein, is an educator, linguist, translator and author with extensive experience in teaching, research, educational activities, training, and project development/management. She is experienced in developing educational leadership, instructional design, and grant management. She has proven skills in translation and interpretation with cross-functional expertise in multicultural communication that is critical in social and human services settings. Her professional experience includes over 20 years in linguistic, healthcare, and human services organizations and the language industry, assisting people with limited English proficiency (LEP), individually and with their families. She also assists students and clients in finding strategies to learn and improve their skills and cope with and overcome cultural, social, and emotional stress related to language acquisition.
Her experience in working with older adults includes a successful track record in developing and managing programs in health and residential settings, aging and language industries, policy-making, outreach, event organizing, relationship building, customer service, conflict resolution, and staff recruitment. She also has a strong history and interest in working with youth, families and counselors in the secondary education community.