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Jenni is the mother of six children and has been married to her husband, Matt, for over 20 years. A homeschooler since 2004, she has participated in many parent-run co-op organizations, as well as co-founded and sat on the board of several as well. She is currently also a Co-Director at Quo Vadis Homeschoolers in Shelby Twp.​


She is a lover of animals and prefers the natural and simplistic things in life. She strives to bring harmony and order to all things she does and has a passion for service. When she isn’t working you will find her enjoying music or being in the great outdoors with family and friends. Her ultimate goal for the Dragonfly Family is to aspire students to wisdom so they can soar to greatness!

Jenni Stec



Erin Birmingham Edwards

Erin is a graduate of the University of California-San Diego (UCSD). She earned her B.A. International Studies-Political Science, with a Russian language proficiency and a Middle Eastern regional focus. Erin grew up traveling the world, her first job being a Public Diplomacy position at the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She enjoys giving back to the community, from helping build houses with Gawad Kalinga in the Philippines, to spearheading several philanthropic events during her time at UCSD.


Erin has been a teacher with Quo Vadis Homeschoolers in Shelby Twp. since 2018, and has partnered up with Jenni to run Dragonfly Hybrid. She is so excited to be taking on this new role, and encourages all of her students to Fly High!



Jasmine has been married to her husband Justin, a retired veteran, for 9 years. Between them, they have 7 children. They also have three dogs that they adore. She has been involved with homeschooling since 2016 and to her, family is the most important thing.


Jasmine has a big heart and loves to help people however she can. When she can find the time, you may find her out playing corn hole. She loves to travel when she gets the chance and is a huge Disney fan. Her goal for Dragonfly Hybrid is to help each child be the best they can be.

Jasmine Weis