Jen is passionate about developing a community of women who are committed to being real with God, real with each other and real in the world. H.O.P.E. is an acronym for everything Jen does. Jen dedicates her time, energy and resources to causes that spread a message of HOPE.
Jen is a Speaker, Author, and 6 Figure Business Coach. She has been featured and recognized on ABC News and the Chicago Tribune for her work in helping others. She has also been quoted in Inc 500. Her innovative and down to earth style sets her audience at ease and empowers them to receive her inspirational and practical messages.
“Jen Coffel is someone who will leave a lasting impact on your audience. She is inspiring, very relatable and comes packed with value that our members absolutely loved. Highly recommend Jen.”
— Lisa Levin
“Open Your Heart to God and Discover the Joy of Being Completely His.”
Jen has almost two decades of business experience and a proven track record of 6-figure and 7-figure success in traditional business, direct sales and non-profits.
Jen began her relationship with the Lord in 1987. She lives in the Chicagoland area with her husband, Paul and her four children, Madison, Luke, Lindsey and Abigail.
Jen’s core values are God, Family, Freedom, Generosity and Personal Development. Her spiritual gifts are Faith, Giving, Evangelism, and Teaching.
“Jen is engaging, personable, encouraging and truly wants to help others. I highly recommend having Jen speak at your next event and we are looking forward to having Jen back in Indianapolis again soon.”
— Laura Givens
Jen Coffel is the co-founder of Handing H.O.P.E. which is a 501c-3 with a mission to “Stop Sugar” by donating naturally sugar free lollipops to children’s cancer hospitals, clinics and camps throughout the nation. Jen is responsible for the vision, strategy and national fundraising efforts for Handing H.O.P.E. and the Lollipop Tree Project as it expands across the country. Jen lost her dad, her mom and her best friend all to cancer in less than 2 years time. Out of her loss and grief she found her passion to make a difference in the lives of those battling cancer and co-founded Handing H.O.P.E.
Jen is also a partner in a philanthropic one-for-one clothing company, Five8, equipping Christians with a simple tool to spark conversation for evangelism and providing clothing for the homeless of America.