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Empowering Wellness: Jenna' Walia's Journey from Educator to Entrepreneur

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Jenna' Walia, a Fort Lauderdale native, stands out as a Wellness Professor at Broward College. Her specialization in community health education isn't just a career; it's a passion that she brings to life both in and outside the classroom. Beyond her academic role, Jenna' is the entrepreneurial spirit behind two successful ventures. She founded Get Out of Yourself, LLC, where she offers invigorating fitness workouts and enriching wellness workshops. Additionally, she demonstrates her business acumen as the founder of Reed Walia, LLC, a thriving land acquisition firm.Her excellence and dedication to education have not gone unnoticed. Jenna' has been honored as Adjunct Professor of the Year at Broward College and featured in NerdWallet.com's 40 Under 40 Professors Who Inspire list. She also made her mark as a runner-up for Professor of the Year at Broward College.

Jenna' is a lifelong learner, boasting an impressive academic portfolio with degrees from Florida State University (B.S. in Athletic Training), Florida Atlantic University (M.S. in Exercise Science/Health Promotion), and an M.B.A. from Lynn University.

Away from her professional pursuits, Jenna' finds joy and inspiration in her family life with her husband. She dedicates her leisure time to reading, traveling, and exploring new places, reflecting her dynamic approach to personal growth and well-being.

Contact:  Jenna Walia  | Phone: 954.205.8965  | Email: getoutofyourself@gmail.com
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