Jennifer (Jen) Rehm has been active with the Medical Fitness Association (MFA) since 2009 when she attended her first regional meeting. Since then, she has attended the majority of the regional and national MFA conferences. Jen currently serves as the Director of the Duke Center for Living at Fearrington (DCFL) in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
Located in the picturesque community of Fearrington Village, the DCFL is a 20,000 square foot facility complete with state of the art strength and cardio machines, an indoor saltwater pool and hot tub, a cushioned walking track, and group exercise studio. DCFL offers a variety of services including personal training, gait analysis, massage therapy, nutrition counseling, and pilates reformer training to name a few.
As Director, Jen’s responsibilities include facility operations and compliance, staffing, budget development, fiscal processes and strategic development. Jen has over fourteen years in the health and fitness industry and, is an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Exercise and Sport Science. Jen is also a CPR instructor with the American Heart Association and has been teaching CPR for six years.
Prior to joining the DCFL, Jen worked in various fitness realms including private, clinical, corporate, and senior living. Jen’s passion for working with an actively aging adult population is what led her to where she is today.
Jen currently resides in Durham, North Carolina and enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. She most recently enjoyed a trip to Mexico to go scuba diving and has plans in the fall to hike the countryside of Ireland and Wales. She also enjoys volunteering and is an active member of the Junior League, an international women’s organization committed to promoting volunteerism and developing the potential of women. Jen’s a diehard Tarheel fan, and although she works for Duke, she bleeds Carolina Blue.