“Nothing gets me more excited than telling a compelling story. I love the challenge of figuring out the right way to craft and share it, determining the ideal timing for delivery, and identifying all the necessary elements to bring the story to life. It is deeply rewarding to help entrepreneurs with communication campaigns that have a meaningful and measurable impact on their businesses, especially as the media landscape continues to evolve.”
Jennifer and her PR team develop and implement campaigns to reach key audiences, including current and future customers, investors, employees, and other stakeholders. She has worked with the Trilogy family of investments for the past year, and provides a full range of communications services, from strategy and message development to implementation, ongoing media and analyst relations, and results measurement. Her goal is to help business leaders leverage communications to take full advantage of opportunities as they grow.
Before co-founding Communiqué PR, Jennifer was with WE Communications, Tegic Communications, AOL, and AT&T Wireless Services (formerly McCaw Cellular Communications). She is also the co-author of Strategic Public Relations: 10 Principles to Harness the Power of PR. She recieved her B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Oregon.
A Seattle native, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, Dash, as well as bicycling, reading, and working on creative writing.
“Jennifer has worked tirelessly with us to get our PR efforts off-the-ground and running, shaping our PR plan, and has helped us to reach some very ambitious goals. We decided to select Communique as our PR firm because of Jennifer’s personalized approach – we felt confident that we wouldn’t be pushed into a templated framework but instead would experience a tailored approach to help us connect with our audience and establish brand authority in our market. Her guidance has been instrumental in establishing Kantola as a thought leader, enabling our content to be published in front of over 40 million readers.”
– Sarah Rowell, CEO, Kantola Training