Jenessa Hunter Joins Greenberg Strategy to Extend Strategic Planning Practice

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Jenessa Hunter, former Managing Director at Penn Schoen Berland, has joined Greenberg Strategy as Vice President, Strategic Planning.

Jenessa Hunter, VP Strategic Planning

Jenessa possesses a unique combination of research skills, business & brand savvy, authenticity and entrepreneurial spirit, all of which will add great value to our stakeholder engagements.

Jenessa Hunter, former Managing Director at Penn Schoen Berland, has joined Greenberg Strategy as Vice President, Strategic Planning. Jenessa has worked in market research and strategic consulting for most of her career. From guiding partners through reputational challenges to helping develop and market the next generation of technology products, Jenessa is excited about leveraging Greenberg’s mix of qualitative and quantitative tools to help her partners successfully navigate their business challenges.

In particular, Jenessa loves helping businesses better connect with their core audiences, from consumers to employees to shareholders. “In today’s increasingly tech-centric, data-driven world, understanding the human motivations behind the numbers is a major source of competitive advantage. I love helping clients tap into these human insights to connect with their customers in more meaningful and lasting ways.”

Steve Ingledew, SVP, Strategic Planning at Greenberg added, “We’re delighted to welcome Jenessa onto the Greenberg team. Jenessa possesses a unique combination of research skills, business & brand savvy, authenticity and entrepreneurial spirit, all of which will add great value to our stakeholder engagements”.

Jenessa brings a wealth of experience across the technology, food and beverage, and banking and insurance sectors. She is particularly excited by the rapidly-evolving world of technology and has consulted with numerous Fortune 500 tech companies over the years, as well as being involved in the tech startup world herself.

Jenessa has a BS in Advertising and an MA in German Language and Literature from the University of Tennessee.

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