About Jenna Brown
Jenna Brown was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma and Jenna graduated from the Central State University in Oklahoma in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Jenna then went to work for Oklahoma’s Department of Human Services (DHS) and worked her way up to Senior Child Welfare Specialist III.
While working for DHS Jenna applied to and was accepted to Oklahoma City University’s Law School. Jenna worked during the days at DHS and at night Jenna went to law school while raising her son as a single mom. Jenna Brown graduated from law school in 2002.
Jenna then began working for the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. Then Jenna got a job opportunity in Orlando, Florida as an assistant state's attorney. But Jenna missed Oklahoma and came back in 2008 and then with all her hard-earned experience she was hired by the Canadian County District Attorney’s office. While there Jenna Brown became known as one of the top domestic violence prosecutors in the State of Oklahoma, working daily with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to keep Oklahomans safe from violent crime.
In 2015 Jenna Brown was awarded the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Prosecutor of the Year Award being in competition with every other prosecutor in the state.
In both 2017 and again in 2018 Jenna Brown was awarded the district attorney's Guardian Award for defending the citizens of Oklahoma.
Jenna Brown can practice law in Oklahoma, Florida, and at the Federal level in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
Jenna Brown has worked on over 7,500 court cases in her 20 years of being a criminal and civil lawyer while travelling statewide trying cases. Normally, she can be seen splitting her time between Watonga and El Reno.
Jenna's son Nick is married to Anna, and Nick just received his Master's in Science in Aerospace Engineering; Nick is also a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and Anna is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian University. Nick and Anna make their home here in Oklahoma.
Jenna currently serves as the newly elected president of the board of directors for the Intervention and Crisis Advocacy Network (ICAN) and is a board member of the Watonga Foundation. Jenna currently works as the part-time Assistant District Attorney for Blaine County and is in private practice part-time. Jenna specializes in representing children at the Juvenile Center in El Reno and doing Guardian Ad Litem (representing the children's best interests) during divorce proceedings.