contact me/about me

"I didn't become a Heritage Makers consultant because I was looking for a job, a side gig, or even a hobby.  I did it because it matters.  More than a decade later, I'm still doing it because it matters.  I'm not a networking queen or a direct sales guru.  I'm a person-to-person person."    ~Jennifer Wise

You'll find contact information below, then keep reading to learn more about Jennifer and how she can help you find the best way to do what you already want to do:  preserve your photos, memories, and stories in a do-able, heirloom-quality way.

Jennifer Wise
303.591.4964 cell/text
I respond within 24 hours.

Everyone has a story!  What's yours?
Don't let your babies grow up to be jpegs!

You can always call, text, or email me, but if you are working on a Heritage Makers project and have questions, try my Personal Meeting Room.  It's like Skype or FaceTime, only without the faces.  It's a screen-share/phone call combination!

Clicking this link below will open our Personal Meeting Room via Zoom.  This allows me to show you my computer screen so I can walk you through any questions you might have.  Trouble-shooting is often as simple as clicking in the wrong area, learning a shortcut to do what you're trying to do, or having something pointed out that you had overlooked before.  Screen-sharing can help a lot!

Be sure that you FIRST contact me via phone, text, or email to set up a time to meet in my Personal Meeting Room, then come back and click this link.  Happy to help!

Initial consultation and learning about Heritage Makers: free
Questions along the way:  free
Previewing your first project (if you want me to):  free
Access to video tutorials:  free
Additional work, including previewing additional projects or making your projects for you:  $35/hour 


For most of her life, Jennifer Wise has known how important photos and memories are for the heart and soul.  As a testament to this, Jennifer, a die-hard introvert, signed on as a Heritage Makers consultant in 2005 without having ever used the product before and without being particularly inclined to the social selling platform--both of which were completely out of character for her.  The high-quality digital storybooks (and later scrap pages) were something she couldn't pass up sharing because she knew it would make "scrapbooking" available to people who weren't otherwise memory-keepers.

Since then, Jennifer has poured her passion for the power of story, photos, and memories into online and in-person classes, workshops, about 400 blog posts (on multiple blogs), and more than 30 tutorial and educational videos on her YouTube channel.  She is serious about inspiring people to reach higher and take advantage of what memory-keeping can really offer:  higher self-esteem, a greater sense of purpose and belonging, lower stress, and much more.


As society has changed since 2005, Jennifer now finds herself also learning and then writing (and creating video tutorials) about photo organization, time management tips, and why it really is important to get pictures out of digital form.  Her motto is "Don't let your babies grow up to be jpegs," and she is known to often say, "Digital photo storage is a backup, not a goal."

Jennifer is a wife, mom, sister, daughter, and friend.  She loves the beach, shells, rain, sunshine, chocolate, laughing, pithy quotes, holidays, words, and really good Mexican food.  She holds a B.A. degree in Humanities-English literature from Brigham Young University and a M.A. in Teaching American Sign Language from the University of Northern Colorado.  Right after graduating with her undergrad degree, she spent a year and a half as a volunteer missionary.  She works part-time as an ASL instructor and part time as an interpreter.  She continues to volunteer in various capacities at church and 24/7 as a full-time mom.  Jennifer is addicted to traveling, which she attributes to having lived in seven states, three countries, and a U.S. territory over her lifetime.  Her deepest desire is to make a difference, which fuels her Heritage Makers work.

You can get to know Jennifer more at these podcasts, videos, and interviews