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Michelle Jennings

About Me

I enjoy problem and puzzle solving, from the daily crossword and sudoku to creating VBA code and formulas to examine a data set based on parameters. If I don't readily have the tools needed for a problem, I will seek them out and learn various options before applying the best fit. In past employment, I have quickly advanced in position and responsibilities. This includes growing from QC technician to manager in a matter of months as well as being the administrator for pricing documents as a temporary employee.

Ideal Workplace Values

The values of an ideal workplace would include environmental stewardship, equity in diversity, involved in the community, effective communication, and integrity.


Mesa, Arizona, US

Open To

Full Time JobFreelance/Contract Work

Work Settings


Career Interests

Data-Related WorkResearchInformation Technology & CybersecurityPublic Safety & Emergency Management

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

I can hyperfocus on a problem and explore issues until a solution or root cause is found. I have an eye for detail and can see patterns that others can't. I can ask questions that others would overlook. I can observe people and adapt to their social styles to increase productivity, gain information, and better instruct/teach/coach them. My ability to detect nuance leads to more robust standard operating procedures and best practices through critical thinking and pattern differentiation. I can develop tools that are fit to people's needs so they can also make sense of data sets.

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Inclusion Essentials


Send Questions in AdvanceInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityWritten interview instructionsdaily check-insCommunication PlanConcise instructionsWritten ChecklistsWritten InstructionsChunking Large Amounts of ContentFlexible scheduleextra time off for appointmentsPeriodic Rest BreaksUninterrupted Work TimeErgonomic SeatingNoise-cancelling HeadphonesQuiet / Individual WorkspacesJob CoachingEmployee Resource GroupSupport with Self-Advocacy

Sensory Sensitivities

Working with animals
Bright, blinking, or fluorescent lights
Loud noises
Outdoors or places with strong smells
Variable temperatures