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Jennifer R. Owens, LMSW

Original Tulsa Gathering in 2006. Left to right: Kristi, Donna, Jennifer, Roxana, Christina – (missing Georgette, Megan, Sarah.)

Mentor My Sister is built on the shoulders of my Sister-Friends – who have mentored me, through life. We began session in person, in Tulsa, OK. on October 15th, 2020 and have evolved over time to being online during the pandemic.  We   are open to inviting others and if you are interested in joining us we can talk! Just email us at 

Jennifer is a mental health therapist and social worker with a Master’s in social work from Howard University in Washington DC. She has held community leadership groups and seminars in New York, Texas and South Africa, taught adjunct professor courses for several years at Cazenovia College in Cazenovia, New York and was honored to obtain a leadership award with the YMCA in Central New York.  She and her husband Tim manage a training and development business – The Owens Group – working with leaders of various organizations.

Jennifer is a Self-Care coach with a passion for helping those who silently endure all types of challenges. She strives to help others find beauty in their own vulnerability and find their voices, so they can live whole and prosperous, purpose-filled lives.  Her efforts to help women understand, appreciate and take care of themselves have inspired her to create two online self-care courses: The Rhythm-Conscious Life and 12 Gems to Spiritually Thriving. She tells her own story in her book, Red Sea Situations—Finding Courage in the Deep Seas of Life. Visit Jennifer’s blog she has completed over the course of the past ten years, at and on this website she produces content for women with coaching! If you would like to learn more about these self-development courses please email Jenn at or find her on Instagram

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