Jennifer Brayall has worked with adult learners since her
early years in social work in 2006, working with adults in a social,
educational and IT based setting, conducting trainings, providing education,
and designing training/educational material.
She teaches online, blended, hybrid, and traditional
on-campus courses since 2008, with institutions such as Saint Joseph's College,
Kaplan University and Southern Maine Community College. At Saint Joseph’s she’s
been a course developer for ED 222, ED 322 and SO 309.
Currently, she is an Implementation Consultant for Tyler
Technologies, where she travels domestically to train public sector
municipalities on how to implement and use software. In her spare time she enjoys
live music (she’s attended more than 100 concerts) and her favorite musician is
Jonny Lang. She also enjoys cooking and culinary arts, coupled with theater and
Excursions/Trips with Students or for Academic Research
In 2015, she took the Saint Joseph's College MG 310-
Operations Research class to Baxter Brewing and L.L. Bean for a tour of their
operations department. These were both experiential learning activities to
connect the material in class, to what is currently happening in our local
community of Maine.