Jennifer Grubb / Director of Learning Services

Jennifer Grubb majored in both Psychology and Sociology at the University of Notre Dame and holds a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Monmouth University. She played soccer for the Washington Freedom, where she became known as "Ironwoman" after having played every minute of every game during the league's duration. Following her career as a professional soccer player, Jennifer spent three years at Flint Hill School as a learning specialist, advisor, and coach. In 2006, Jennifer moved to New Jersey, and while there, she held various positions which include: academic support, counseling, teaching, advising, and coaching at the Peddie School; coaching soccer at Seton Hall University; teaching Psychology as an adjunct professor at Brookdale Community College; and counseling and consulting in private practice.  
After nearly ten years away from Virginia, Jennifer Grubb is looking forward to her return. In her spare time, she enjoys the sun, animals, kids, reading, sports, music, and travelling - in no particular order! She looks forward to adventures ranging from hiking in the Shenandoah to swimming with stingrays in Antigua.   
As she continues her career at Middleburg Academy, Jennifer is looking forward to becoming integrated into the community and meeting new challenges. As the Director of Learning Services and Counseling, she is excited to encourage growth in individuals and small groups, and she looks forward to supporting students in developing their unique strengths.