Of all the people that I would pick to coach Jenny would be...
surprise, Paul Wylie...they both had the Scovalds as their coach, they both are dramatic skaters (yes, Jenny is a dramatic skater as opposed to a lyrical one) and both are from the Newton area of Mass. I think their common backgrounds and Paul's probable need to "take it to the next stage of his career" would be a great fit. Now this is all a pipedream, but "dreams that come true" all start with an idea...who do you think would coach her well?
p.s. I've lost a lot of respect for Carroll over the past few years, I really DON'T think he's a great emotional support for skaters and I hope ( if she already hasn't) that Angela goes elsewhere for skating "nourishment" of her talents. I think she's regressed under Carroll and that was before her injury. Carroll is known for no nonsense coaching and has publically stated that he's not there for the emotional health of his skaters (an obvious paraphrase) and that he had problems with Chris Bowman for this very reason...that he wasn't there to help Bowman overcome his problelms, he was there to coach him in figure skating. Both Angela and Jenny seem to be the kind of skaters that need more from a coach than "skill improvement". And, by the way, I am SO glad that Jenny is not with Callihan anymore. I've know people that skated with him, skaters that tried out with him and others that have dealt with him, the nicest thing I can say for the man is that in dealing with others in public, he's not the warmest or kindest of individuals with whom to deal. I do know that all of my information about him is second hand, yet the sources of his detraction come from people that don't know each other.
It makes me begin to wonder that all of this hubub over Robin Wagner's enthusiasm and support of her pupils isn't warrented and that maybe, just maybe, we need coaches that nurture the skaters from inside and out. Wow, what a rant, how did I get from "there" to "here"?????