Stephen Jensen Joins Greenberg Strategy to Extend Technology Practice

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Greenberg Strategy builds out its technology practice in the Pacific Northwest with the hire of Stephen Jensen.

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Greenberg teams thrive on high-level challenges and work behind the headlines for some of the world’s biggest brands.

Stephen Jensen, formerly of Ipsos, has joined Greenberg Strategy as Vice President, Strategy. At Greenberg, Stephen will focus on extending the Technology Practice area, drawing on his experience at Microsoft, in research, management consultancy, and within Seattle’s start-up community.

“Greenberg teams thrive on high-level challenges and work behind the headlines for some of the world’s biggest brands. They get the breadth of technology –- from mobile gaming through to cloud infrastructure –- and I’m excited to be part of such a dynamic, creative company,” commented Stephen.

Stephen’s arrival is part of growing presence for Greenberg in the Pacific Northwest, with the opening of a new Portland office this year. He will work with local teams and with the main Greenberg hub in Emeryville, California.

Andrew Greenberg, CEO and Founder, welcomed Stephen to the company at an all-hands event this week.

“Stephen has a unique skill set and a deep understanding of the technology changes that are transforming every industry. I’m delighted that he’s now part of our team.”

Stephen has nearly 20 years’ experience in all sides of the industry., Prior to joining Greenberg, he also held senior roles at both Hall & Partners and the MODO Ggroup management consultancy. Stephen holds an MBA from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.

About Greenberg Strategy
Greenberg is a fast-growing strategic consultancy that integrates research, design, and patterns thinking to help businesses transform and grow. Founded in 1997 and fiercely independent, the company has offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and Portland, Oregon. Clients include some of the world's most-renowned brands, such as Chipotle, Google, Dell, Gap, Intel, Microsoft, Sony, and Visa.

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