\As the mother of seven children, the wife of Nolan Reimold, recently retired Baltimore Orioles’ outfielder and
celebrity interior designer, Jenny’s life is anything but conventional and always good for a laugh.
Following a recent move to Nashville, Jenny’s home was filmed as the “Dream Home” for an upcoming Property Brothers
episode. The publicity generated from that shoot led to working with some high profile, Nashville celebrity clients, a writing contract with HGTV, a feature in House Beautiful and media projects with Good Morning America and SELF Magazine. Jenny is also HomeGood’s
national “Style Expert.”
Although Jenny loves stylish spaces, her true passion is advocating for adoption and foster care. As the adoptive
parent of a beautiful, black, baby boy born to a teen mother who spent time in foster care, she feels called to serve both communities. She is an active board member of S.A.F.E., a local foster care organization and volunteers her time with Bloom Family Designs.
Bloom designs bedrooms for children in foster care or for those being adopted, at no cost to the famil
She also is a heartfelt advocate for adoption, especially transracial adoption. Jenny writes and shares her life on
www.jennyreimold.com and on her IG, @jennyreimold, to encourage others who may be interested in the adoption process. She is also now teaming up with NaSHEville, an organization founded by country superstar, Alan Jackson’s daughter, Mattie Selecman and
Brooke Tometich. NaSHEville unites women in action through passionate work and generous giving. They hope to coordinate a benefit to fund local foster care children, a group of children vastly underserved in our communities. She welcomes other WAGS to contact
her should they want to join in her efforts.
As a former publicist with a degree in Journalism and a Masters in Child Development, Jenny has been able to
combine her talent for design and experience with the media to create a passionate platform for adoption and foster care advocacy.
Check out Jenny’s Instagram for more design or adoption inspiration. You can also see a home gym she designed
with celebrity trainer, Erin Oprea, that was recently featured in SELF…this would be great for any WAG family!
https://www.self.com/story/build-budget-friendly-at-home-gym-trainer-erin-oprea . Read her most popular blog post, Adopting Outside of Our Race – What People Want to Know and What People are Afraid to Ask here.