Media. Communications. Marketing.
Jennifer Nedeau is a leader in communications and marketing for media brands, corporations, causes and campaigns. From working at TIME magazine to digital agencies to consulting for a wide variety of organizations, Jennifer has developed complex, multi-channel strategies to build brand identity, capture new audiences and drive results over the past 10 years.
Jennifer has been featured on PRWeek's Innovation 50 list and her industry insights have been featured by CNBC, The Washington Post and Good Morning America. She has given presentations and speeches about media, leadership, and innovation at SXSW Interactive, The New York Times Social Media Summit, The National Press Club, Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, and more.
Currently, she serves as the Head of Marketing and Communications at Bully Pulpit Interactive (BPI), where she is in charge of the agency's marketing, PR and new business strategy. She previously served as a Senior Director at BPI where she led client campaigns across digital platforms until she was promoted to her current role. Since joining BPI in 2012, the agency has quadrupled in size, acquired and incubated several companies, and expanded from Washington, DC to New York, San Francisco and Chicago.
Previously, she worked in New York where she directed communications strategy for Time Inc's news brands: TIME, FORTUNE, MONEY, CNNMoney and LIFE. While at Time Inc., Jennifer worked closely with the editorial and business sides of each publication to drive digital innovation, publicize major news events, run conferences and launch online products. Additionally, she helped to manage events such as the TIME 100, Fortune Brainstorm Tech, Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit and more.
Prior to Time Inc., she worked with several news and marketing agencies such as Air America Media, New Media Strategies (MXM) and America Abroad Media. Previously, she ran her own consulting company, Nedeau Strategies, where she executed high level marketing and communications strategy for non-profits, venture capital firms, artists, media companies and startups.
One of her passions is to advocate for women's equality and advancement in society. To focus on this, she organizes a group called La Coterie that aims to champion, encourage and support women through networking events. She also serves as an Ambassador for New Leaders Council and as a political partner of Truman National Security Project. Additionally, she is on the board of Thrive DC, a non-profit that helps the homeless and served as part of United Way's Emerging Leaders Society.
As the daughter of a lawyer and an artist, Jennifer has always leveraged her intellectual curiosity and natural creativity to solve big challenges and drive innovative thinking. She was born and raised in San Francisco, CA and moved to the east coast to receive a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs.
She is currently based in Washington, DC where she lives with her husband. In her free time, she loves to travel, cook, write, read, run and spend time with family and friends.
Jennifer has been interviewed by a number of media outlets about her expertise in communications, publishing and digital advertising. If you are interested in interviewing Jennifer, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Speaking Engagements
The New York Times Social Media Summit, Personal Democracy Forum, South by Southwest, The Smithsonian, Ohio University, Princeton University, Netroots Nation, The National Press Club, and more.
Past Media Appearances
Good Morning America, Columbia Journalism Review, CNBC.com, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, CNN, among other outlets.