by Kevin Scahill
Jill Jennings has worn many hats since she got her M.A. in Classics at UGA in 1975. After retiring from her career as a journalist, where she was editor of West Michigan Magazine, columnist and reviewer for The Athens Observer, and Public Relations Director for two PBS affiliates, she turned to teaching. After teaching Latin and English in Cherokee County public schools for 18 years, she retired in 2004 and began to devote more of her time to her poetry.