Jennifer Brown is a Marketing Executive who spent her corporate career helping companies communicate and market their financial and product information. In 2016, Jennifer retired from the corporate world to help foster positive social change in the non-profit sector.
Prior to 2016, Jennifer spent seven years as the Chief Content Officer and Chief Marketing Officer for 10th Magnitude, a Microsoft-centric cloud services firm that was purchased by Cognizant in 2020. Before joining 10th Magnitude in 2010 as one of its founding executives, Jennifer spent many years in Investor Relations and Consumer Marketing for companies such as Ogilvy Public Relations, Ameritech and MCI. Trained as a journalist, Jennifer spent her early career in New York City as an editor at magazines such as American Health and Elle.
Jennifer joined the board of Access Living in December of 2019, where she chairs the Resource Development and Communications Committee and sits on the Executive Board. She also sits on the Women’s Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and she is a member of the Jewish United Fund Women’s Philanthropy organization.
Jennifer holds a BS in Magazine Journalism from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and an MBA from Columbia University. She lives in Glencoe, IL with her husband, and is navigating empty nester status: her son is a sophomore at Kenyon College and her daughter is a management consultant in Chicago.