Jody Hagaman is the co-founder of Generation Harvest and a seasoned homeschool mother of three, who’s oldest son graduated from The University of South Florida in May 2010, and will begin studies at Franklin Pierce Law School in the fall. Through much of her homeschool career, she has taught through experiential learning, by involving her children in wilderness camps, scouts, political campaigns, political leadership training, and even encouraging her son to write a bill that was read on the floor of the Senate at age 14. Jody has been a leader in her community, coaching girls volleyball, overseeing multiple church ministries, serving as director on the board of Kingdom Communities, Treasurer for the Tampa Women’s Aglow, and Director of Communications for Learning and Families homeschool group. Currently, Jody is co-writing curriculum and administrating projects for Generation Harvest, while co-leading a Girl Scout troop, two 4-H clubs, a Generation Joshua club and ICC speech and debate team.
Jenni Stahlmann, co-founder of Generation Harvest, is a professional writer and homeschool mom of five (ages 12 to 4), including one special needs child with autism spectrum disorder. She has been homeschooling since 2004, and has been a leader in the homeschool community, sitting on the board of directors for homeschool organizations in New Jersey and Sarasota, FL. As a career journalist, Jenni was a reporter and editor in Manhattan, covering New York State government and business. She spent a short stint as a professional actress in an Off-Broadway play, and was the director of marketing for a home automation company in Boca Raton. Currently, Jenni is co-writing curriculum for Generation Harvest, teaching summer homeschool classes, administrating projects for Generation Harvest, while directing a Girl Scout troop, co-leading two 4-H clubs, a Generation Joshua club and ICC speech and debate team.