Jennifer Malcolm is the president, founder and CEO of Jennasis & Associates – an award-winning, full-service digital marketing firm. Recognized for its position as a lifestyle business that empowers women, Jennasis operates as a virtual organization providing creative solutions and fresh thinking to help brands create impactful relationships.
Jennifer created Jennasis in 2011 out of her desire to have it all: a family she could nurture and an entrepreneurial career she could be proud of. She has since grown the company to employ more than 25 like-minded designers, writers, developers, and strategists, many of whom are also mothers who have been offered an alternative to society’s demand to fall into a category of “stay-at-home mom” or “working mother.” By tapping into this underutilized employee pool and empowering her team to flourish in both worlds, Jennifer constantly evolves Jennasis to meet client demands in an ever-changing digital market.
Her dynamic leadership, business savvy, and cross-disciplinary thinking have garnered Jennasis national recognition and a list of clients ranging from local businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Jennifer and Jennasis have been recognized with Northeast Ohio’s 2017 Smart 50 Award and the SMEI Distinguished Sales & Marketing Award, as well as featured in Huffington Post, Cleveland Business Connects Magazine, Smart Business Magazine, and, most recently, Entrepreneur and O, the Oprah Magazine.
An expert marketing consultant, social media strategist, and brand developer, Jennifer is active in the business community, serving as a proud member of Destination Cleveland, The Women’s Business Center of Ohio, and The International Alliance for Women. She is also an alumnus of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program.
In her spare time, Jennifer can often be found sitting on a patio listening to live music, enjoying a glass of red wine and having great conversations with friends and colleagues. She resides in a suburb outside of Cleveland, Ohio, with her husband and three teenage children.