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Jenny Stuart
VP of Consulting

Quick Facts

  • CSDP Certified
  • Professional Scrum Master (PSM)
  • SAFe Program Consultant (SPC)
  • Earned highest score in the US on QAI’s Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE)
  • Has seen the sunrise from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro

About Jenny

Jenny Stuart oversees Construx’s consulting services, focusing on proven software development best practices. Stuart has 20 years’ experience in process improvement, software testing, and quality assurance techniques. Her expertise in incorporating software development best practices has helped numerous companies dramatically improve their software development and quality assurance processes.

Jenny is an expert in quality practices, such as developing quality and test plans, and has a deep knowledge of software testing, process improvement, and quality assurance techniques. She is the author of numerous Construx client studies and Construx white papers. Jenny has a BSEE from the University of Washington. She is a member of the Computer Society of the IEEE, the Association for Computing Machinery, the American Society for Quality, and the Quality Assurance Institute. In 2000, she earned the highest score in the United States on QAI’s Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE). She also has CSDP certification, is a Professional Scrum Master (PSM), and is a SAFe Program Consultant (SPC).


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What Jenny Says About Herself

While I travel around the world to work with Construx’s clients, you’ll find me doing lots of other adventurous things when I’m not working. Some of my favorite activities are:

Travel—I love to add a day or two (or more) every time I go someplace interesting for work. Last I Jamaica, Edinburgh, and Dublin. Additionally, I love to travel for fun. I’ve been to every continent except Antarctica.

Hiking and Camping—The Pacific Northwest has amazing mountains, great scenery and fantastic hiking. I love to get out on the trails often. Three Burroughs on Mount Rainier and Cascade Pass are two of my all-time favorite hikes.

Cooking—Seattle has more than its fair share of rainy weekends, and you’ll often find me puttering around the kitchen on those days. Whether its baking bread, smoking on my Big Green Egg, or trying a new recipe from more 100+ cookbook collection, dinner is rarely the same at my house.

Eating, especially in new countries—One of my favorite things is to try the food of the places I visit. I’m adventuresome—guinea pig in Peru and balut in Vietnam—and willing to try almost everyone once.

Hanging out with Friends—Sometimes, the best day is a silly day with your friends.

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