Wrenn has worked at CIP for over four years, first in the Life Skills department, and now in her current role as Student Advisor. She previously found success working with high school students through an outreach program. There she learned how to build mentoring relationships with students by meeting them where they’re at and accepting them as they are. Wrenn was excited to join the CIP team in 2016 to utilize and continue growing her skills as a mentor and to help young adults beyond the high school level develop into happy, healthy, independent individuals.
As a Student Advisor at CIP, Wrenn helps students recognize and achieve their independent living goals at the postsecondary level. She works closely with CIP staff to track students’ progress and coordinate supports. She also assists students in budgeting and goal creation. She is the point person for communication between CIP and families. Wrenn graduated with honors from Indiana University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Animal Behavior.
Outside of work, Wrenn enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, creative arts, and is active in her church.