Corliss was so impressed with how therapeutic riding improved her severely disabled daughter’s life, she co-founded Simple Changes in order to help others in a similar situation.
She brings to Simple Changes her expertise in working with individuals with disabilities as well as her professional experience in business planning and marketing. In addition to being a Path International registered instructor, Corliss recently earned her certification as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning.
After obtaining a B.A. in Business Administration from St. Andrews Presbyterian College and an M.A. in Communication from Wake Forest University, Jenny came to Northern Virginia and began working in the equine assisted activities community. She co-founded Simple Changes in an effort to help others discover the transforming power of horses.
Jenny’s equine experience includes managing several boarding facilities, riding and showing hunters, jumpers and dressage and instructing beginners to advanced riders in balanced seat. She became a Level 1 Centered Riding Instructor at 16 and spent a year grooming for a competitive Grand Prix jumper rider.
Anne graduated with honors with a B.A. in Therapeutic Horsemanship from St. Andrews Presbyterian College. She recently received her Masters in Education with a concentration in Special Education.
Anne started riding when she was six years old. She regularly competes in Jumpers at the local and rated level. She has served as a volunteer in a number of local equestrian organizations including membership on the board of directors of the Maryland Saddle Association and helped to map bridle trails throughout Prince Georges County.