About Us

The Jenerous Experience

Our Consultant and Independent Contractor

Jenifer Tindle


"I have a passion for your purpose."

Jenerous Solutions has been serving Arkansas since 2021. Founded by Jenifer Tindle, Jenerous Solutions was created from an influx of inquiries and a passion to help educate and perpetuate people in need of enlightenment. 

We do not seek to capitalize off of individuals who are uneducated toward their needs because we know this will only cripple their potential. We are here to be a trusted advisor through an avenue of support. Simply to say, we help people, continue to help other people.

Educational History

Jenifer Tindle was a Spring 2018 undergraduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where she received a dual degree Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Associates in Law Enforcement. She is now a Fall 2021 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with another dual degree Master’s in Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Ms. Tindle successfully achieved the "Outstanding Nonprofit Management Student of the Year (2021)" for academic achievement, public service, and leadership. 

Work History

Ms. Tindle's employment background has been established through various avenues of legal and administrative support, program implementation and evaluation, and nonprofit management and development

Ms. Tindle is also the Founder of Knowledge Way, an organization serving as a community resource for socio-economically challenged individuals. Often, you will see Ms. Tindle participate in community partnerships as a host or co-host of various workshops along side of other local organizations.

State Research Projects

Research Assistant on the History of Black Philanthropy in Arkansas for the Arkansas Black Philanthropy Collaborative (ABPC).

Research Assistant on Community Service Learning (CSL) Program implementation in high schools for the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE).

Team Lead Researcher for the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) Program Implementation in Arkansas high schools project for the Arkansas Veterans Coalition & Arkansas Council Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).

Co-Author of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's 2021 Federally funded CCAMPIS grant from the U.S. Department of Education for accessible child care on campus. Results yielded over $500,000 in grant funding.