Jennifer Hovey, Owner
Jennifer was born in Twin Falls, Idaho and graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She comes from a family of teachers so a career in education was a natural fit. She has owned and operated Huntington Learning Center in East Boise for over six years and has enjoyed helping hundreds of students gain confidence through learning. Jennifer lives in Boise with her family, including three kids and a dog. Jennifer often works alongside her husband flipping houses in the Treasure Valley and enjoys watching her youngest daughter play softball and basketball.
Emily Wilson, Center Director
Emily was born in Craig, Colorado and attended the University of Northern Colorado where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary English Education. She was taught by very passionate teachers in high school who engaged with their students and ultimately encouraged Emily to one day become a passionate teacher as well. Since then, she has taught 7th grade English and worked diligently to change her students’ perspectives toward school and help build their academic skills and character. Some of her favorite memories with long-term students are having the opportunity to watch them grow and progress over time. Emily loves to travel the world and has recently spent time in Ireland, France and Scotland. Along with her husband and her two dogs, Archie and Sloane, Emily enjoys doing anything outdoors including camping, hiking, biking and most recently, canoeing. She spends her free time reading both nonfiction to challenge her brain and fiction to stimulate her creativity.
Keleah Pinto, Assistant Director
Keleah was born in Redmond, Washington and attended Boise State University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Composition. She is currently attending graduate school and is working toward earning a Graduate Certificate in Secondary Education with an endorsement in English Language Arts. During her undergraduate years, she worked as a Learning Assistant for ESL students from all over the world, including; Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Turkey, Spain and India. Keleah lives in Boise with her partner and their 130 pound Great Pyrenees, Cassius. In her free time, she enjoys playing Frisbee Golf at Ann Morrison Park, kayaking on Lucky Peak, and camping at the Bonneville Hot Springs. She also loves plays and volunteers in the Theater Arts Department at BSU as a backstage dresser.