As Founding Executive Director of Pebble Tossers, Jennifer connects youth and their families to top nonprofits throughout metro Atlanta. Pebble Tossers not only helps youth learn the joy of serving, but also introduces them to twelve key cause areas, offers character and leadership development education, and has custom workshops that help youth find their passion area of service. She is committed to fostering next-generation leaders.
Jennifer Guynn possesses a unique background in generating and implementing innovative, breakthrough ideas within the social sector. Her areas of expertise include youth development, social enterprise development, business planning, strategic planning, technology systems, and collective impact. Having worked for 30 years with and on behalf of youth and family service to create positive social impact, she has written numerous research and policy reports, presented at conferences, and regularly leads workshops, courses, and community events throughout Greater Atlanta.
Jennifer was appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to the Commission for Service and Volunteerism for the State of Georgia and currently serves as Chair of the Service and Development Committee. Additionally, Jennifer serves on and leads many committees at her church and community groups. She is a certified 21/64 Philanthropic Advisor. Previously, she served as a board member of the Dunwoody Nature Center, the Junior League of Atlanta, The Impact! Group, The American Cancer Society, and the Furman University Young Alumni Council. An Atlanta native, Jen attended St. Pius X High School, graduated from Furman University with a double major in Political Science and Urban Studies, and graduated from Leadership Gwinnett with the 1995/96 class and Catholic Charities Leadership Class in 2012.
- Founder + Executive Director
- Pebble Tossers, Inc.
- Communicating About Wealth | Engaging the Next Generation | Family Dynamics | Family Philanthropy | Impact Investing | Strategic Grantmaking | Teen and Youth Philanthropy | Women and Giving