PROFESSIONAL MEDIA & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Jenna participated in a panel in March of 2018 for SheSaysDC on the topic of "Civility, Politics, and Social Media."
Jenna joined counterparts from Facebook and Google for a panel on "Trends in Digital Communication Platforms" at the AAPC's Winning with Creative Summit in June of 2017.
In April of 2017, Jenna spoke on a panel about "The Perils of Hyper-Targeted Advertising at CampaignTech East.
Jenna spoke at DC Ad Week on a panel called "Lessons in Political Data."
Jenna spoke with The Street about "How Facebook, Google and Twitter are Attracting More and More Political Ad Dollars."
Jenna spoke on a panel called "The (Anti) Social Election" at New York Ad Week in September of 2016.
Jenna was interviewed by Kimberly Adams of Marketplace before the first presidential debate of 2016: "The ads you see during the debate may be just for you."
Jenna joined a panel at the UJA Federation of New York to on the topic of "Everyone's a Pundit: How Social Media is Changing Elections" in September of 2016.
Jenna is quoted in the article "Presidential Debates Are on TV, Advertisers Target Eyeballs Online" in the Wall Street Journal by Natalie Andrews.
Jenna talked with Crain's Cleveland Business about Twitter's activity in Cleveland and how "Greenhouse Tavern has a Twittery Vibe During the RNC."
Jenna talked with Emily Stewart of TheStreet in Cleveland about "Melania Trump's Plagiarism and Twitter's Full-Court Press at the Republican National Convention."
Jenna was interviewed by Cleveland Magazine about Twitter's takeover of The Greenhouse Tavern in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention. See here.
Jenna joined a counterpart from Google to discuss video best practices on Twitter at the Public Affairs Council's National Grassroots Conference in June of 2016.
Jenna was interviewed by Emily Stewart of TheStreet to discuss Twitter's plans for Election 2016 on the advertising front.
Jenna joined Bret Baier on Fox News for a short segment about how presidential candidates are leveraging Twitter ads around the Indiana primary. Here is the clip.
Jenna joined a panel at Campaign Tech East in May of 2016 to discuss "Understanding Online Influencers and the Social Marketing Tools at Your Disposal."
Jenna offered her perspective on Twitter political ads to Recode in their recent article, "Facebook and Google are winning the political ad race. Here’s Twitter’s plan to catch up."
Jenna spoke on social media and advocacy best practice at the digitalNow 2016 conference in Orlando, Florida.
Jenna offered her perspective on how the candidates were activating on social media during the New Hampshire Primary in this CNBC article by Michelle Castillo, "Clinton, Sanders fine tune social media as primary arrives."
Jenna was quoted in Natalie Andrews and Mike Shields' article in the Wall Street Journal about PAC spending. The article can be found here: "Presidential Hopefuls Dial Up Digital Ads Ahead of Iowa Caucuses."
Reporter Heidi Przybyala included a quote from Jenna in her USA Today article entitled "Clinton media campaign follows BuzzFeed model."
Jenna was quoted in Roll Call's January 2016 article entitled "Every Dollar Isn't Equal in 2016 Digital Advertising" about how political candidates are leveraging paid products on Twitter this election cycle.
In November of 2015 Jenna joined a panel at the Political Advertising Summit on the topic of "Mobile Strategies and Execution."
Jenna joined a panel for Ad:Tech New York on the topic of "A Winning Combination: The Intersection of Technology and Politics."
Jenna spoke at the Digital Summit DC in October of 2015. Her presentation was on "Winning the 2016 Election on Twitter."
In September of 2015 Twitter launched a political donations capability through a partnership with Square. Jenna was an instrumental player in the process, and helped to take the product to market. Major press pieces were written in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Politico, and the AP to name a few.
Jenna was interviewed by Kathleen Chaykowski of Forbes for her piece "Twitter Expands Political Ad Offerings To Cash In on 2016 Election Cycle."
Jenna was one of the individuals mentioned in Politico's piece by Ben Schreckinger on behind-the-scenes figures to influence the GOP debate.
Jenna was interviewed by Hadas Gold for her piece in Politico on the day of the first GOP debate, "Tonight's second-screen debate, on your phone."
In advance of the first GOP debate on 8/6/15, Jenna spoke with Natalie Andrews of The Wall Street Journal about Twitter advertising for her piece "Candidates Poised to Spread Their Message Through Social Media."
Michelle Castillo of CNBC interviewed Jenna for a piece about "How pols are targeting youth: Go 360 and Snapchat."
Jenna was interviewed by Shane Goldmacher of National Journal for his article about Twitter and the GOP debates: "The Debate Press Release is Dead. Long Live the Hashtag."
Jenna was quoted in The New York Times in a story by Ashley Parker entitled "As Republicans Debate, Campaigns Will Serve Up Instant Spin Online."
Jenna was interviewed by Shannon Kuchler of the Financial Times about Twitter's role in the upcoming 2016 election in an article entitled "Social media aims for US politicians' marketing budgets."
Jenna joined colleagues from Facebook and Google at the Public Affair's Council's Digital Media and Advocacy Summit in July of 2015 to discuss social media and politics.
Jenna was interviewed by Steve Scully on C-SPAN Radio to discuss political advertisers and their involvement to-date in the 2016 election. You can listen here.
Jenna was featured in a USA Today story on how "Twitter may kill the spin room at 2016 debates".
Jenna joined a panel on "Targeting and Technology" at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics and Nieman Foundation's Covering Campaigns conference in May of 2015. The conference was focused on journalists who will be reporting on the 2016 presidential election.
Jenna joined counterparts from Pandora, Facebook, and CRAFT on a panel called "Platforms, Channels, Influence: Where Voters Decide" at MediaPost's Marketing: Politics event in April of 2015.
Jenna spoke at the Public Affairs Council's Digital Ad Workshop on advocacy strategies in November of 2014.
In October of 2014, Jenna joined a panel hosted by Hootsuite on the topic of "Scaling Social: Building a Social Organization."
Jenna spoke at The Art of Political Campaigning conference hosted by Campaigns and Elections Magazine in June of 2014 on the topic of "Don't Get Burned By The Press."
Jenna joined the Women in Government Relations to discuss Social Media and Advocacy with counterparts from Google, Facebook, and The Beekeeper Group.
In April of 2014, Jenna joined a panel with counterparts from Facebook, Proof, Blueprint Interactive, and DSPolitical at CampaignTech East to discuss "Social Media Targeting Has Come of Age: Custom Audiences, Tailored Audiences."
Jenna spoke at the Public Affairs Council's National Grassroots Conference panel on "Social Media Trends in Advocacy" in February of 2014.
Jenna spoke at Eli Lilly's eAdvocacy Summit in October of 2013 on a panel entitled "Share, Tweet, and Pay" with counterparts from Google and Facebook.
Jenna joined a distinguished panel at the National Press Club in October of 2013 for a discussion on "Will Digital Ads Kill the 30-Second TV Campaign Ad?" The panel was moderated by Eleanor Clift.
Jenna participated in a National Press Club Communicators Summit in October of 2013 focused on "Best Practices for Making Your Social Media Efforts Stand Out."
In September of 2013, Jenna spoke at the Engage NYC conference focused on Digital Media for Nonprofits.
Jenna traveled to Indianapolis in July of 2013 to speak at the Millenial Impact Conference. She shared how the millenial generation is engaging on platforms like Twitter, and how individuals are using Twitter for good.
Jenna was named the Associate Publisher of The New Republic magazine on May 5, 2010. Article in Adweek here.
FOOD BLOGGING RELATED MEDIA & PRESS
- Jenna's renovated kitchen was highlighted in the September 2016 issue of Washingtonian Magazine in the article "The Kitchens of These 3 Local Foodies Will Fill You With Envy."
Jenna wrote the cover story for DomiCile Magazine's 2014 fall issue which focused on her neighborhood, Logan Circle.
Jenna contributed to Capitol File Magazine’s Holiday Issue by picking festive restaurants for holiday dinners as well as specialty shops that provide great options for holiday gifts.