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My  passion is helping organizations flourish through the thoughtful use of high-impact and purposeful strategic communications – the kind that get sales results.

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Jennifer Masse is a strategic marketing and communications expert with 25 years of diverse experience in advertising, marketing and sales, public relations, plus video and film.  With a strong base of creative skills, digital marketing expertise and sound business acumen gained from experience and a Master’s Degree in Business Management, she’s helped these brands:

• McDonald’s, Comcast Cable and Delta Airlines

• 20th Century Fox, City of Philadelphia, Locate in Scotland

• Astra Zeneca and Leukemia Society of America

• Advertising Agencies in New York and Philadelphia

In addition, she’s worked with business and consumer trade associations including Biotechnology Innovation Organization, Eastern Technology Council and National Spa and Pool Institute to successfully raise industry awareness and grow membership.

She also helped market and promote Hollywood movies, including the $60M blockbuster hit  "SON OF GOD" by Mark Burnett (Shark Tank)and Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel) and the award-winning Indie film “Brother’s Keeper” with Travis Tritt (USA Network’s Real Country).

Ms. Masse launched and edited Technology Times, a 48-page newspaper featuring the Philadelphia region’s high-tech industry and achieved 40% ad space in four years against an industry average of seven.The newspaper laid the groundwork for today’s popular media outlet called Technically Philly.

Plus, she branded a high-tech image for the country of Scotland, mostly known for sheep, whisky, golf and tartan into Europe’s elite high-tech hub, now recognized globally as Silicon Glen.