Jenn Stanton comes to us from a long career in athletics and teaching. She grew up in Jacksonville, FL where she competed in swimming, soccer, track and cross country. She raced in her first triathlon at age 18, days before her high school graduation from The Bolles School, and from there multisport quickly became her new passion. She graduated with a B.A. from Furman University in Greenville, SC where she was the assistant coach at Mauldin High School to a cross country state championship win. She went on to be a classroom teacher, tutor privately, and coach school athletics. She’s coached both middle school swimming and cross country, and has led group run training at the Cornwell Center. She has volunteered her time with Girls on the Run and year after year has been a top fundraiser and supporter of 24 Foundation through the 24 Hours of Booty cycling event, raising money for cancer navigation and survivorship programs in Charlotte. She and her husband Bryan have two kids, Harper and Leah. When she and Bryan aren’t training together, they love to travel and stay active with their son and daughter.
After finishing top in her age group and in top three overall in countless local sprint, Olympic, and 70.3 distance triathlons, Jenn podiumed in her debut Ironman 70.3 and raced to a 11:35 for her debut full distance Ironman.
As a full time mom/triathlete with a passion for teaching and multisport, Jenn thrives off relationships with others, teaching new skills, refining old ones, and helping others reach their goals. She puts a huge emphasis on proper strength training for injury prevention, body mindfulness, and nutrition in her personal and professional life. She wants all her athletes to be amazed at what their bodies can do and desires for each of them to reach their full potential.