Born and raised in Sacramento, Jenna has always had a love and talent for music. She took classical piano lessons from childhood until she graduated high school, but her heart always belonged to singing. After participating in choirs and musicals in high school, she went on to earn her Associate's Degree in Jazz Studies at American River College. She was able to begin formal voice training through the school with Dr. Art Lapierre, and took additional classical lessons with private voice instructor Lydia Jones. During her time at ARC she spent 3 years performing with Dr. Lapierre’s nationally-renowned Vocal Jazz Ensemble, where she won 3 Downbeat Awards and performed for several festivals and conventions across the country, including the Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival and the Jazz Educators Network Conference held in New Orleans. Jenna now teaches voice lessons at NewSongs School of Music in Elk Grove, and loves being able to help her students learn about their own voices and develop their love for music. She also recently directed, co-produced, and co-starred in a full-length concert comprised of 6 vocalists and 3 musicians, and is now attending CSU Sacramento to pursue a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. Jenna's primary vocal influences include Mariah Carey, Esperanza Spalding, and the Swingles, and she is thrilled to start singing a cappella arrangements and use the skills she's learned to contribute to Outta the Vox's sound.