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Hey! So Glad You're Here.

My name is Jennifer, and I am the founder of the OCS Child Safety Group.  My passion and purpose in life is to support the health and wellbeing of my family and community.  In 2010, I opened Sedona Hot Yoga to help heal from chronic disease and spinal injuries.  My personal journey has led to a healing of degenerative disc disease, spinal arthritis, and healing debilitating spinal pain. 


I also dealt with sever Hashimoto's Autoimmune Disease for many years and through nutrition, limiting of harmful EMF exposures, yoga, and the help of my Naturopath, Dr. Shaida Sina, I was able to send Hashimoto's into remission.

I am an activist who believes in holding people, companies, schools and cities accountable when their actions negatively impact the lives of others. 


I have successfully initiated multiple lawsuits in both the Superior and Federal Courts, in which amicable resolution was achieved.

I was built to fight injustice and speak truth to power when that power is abused.  I am prepared to take all necessary actions to protect the most innocent among us, our children.  

I believe that there are a lot of commonalities between us and those whose actions are creating harm, and if we place the health and safety of our children as our top priority, we can work together to come up with common sense solutions to ensure our children are safe from exposure to materials that are known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harms.  I have a lot of love and forgiveness for all those whose actions have been negligent and harmful, and I wish no ill will on anyone.  I believe if we demand accountability on this serious matter, demand that the law be followed, demand that safe level of exposures to these toxic heavy metals be determined for children and those limits enforced, that reasonable minds will prevail and we will come up with solutions to ensure everyone gets what they need, and most importantly that our children are safe and not condemned to a lifetime of disease.  

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