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Meet Nancy Jennings

Nancy Jennings an executive writer, content, marketing and communications professional with 25+ years of experience, specializing in creating high-impact board and executive branding materials, including resumes, bios, LinkedIn alignments, pitching and other career and board search-related pieces. Her clients range from executives and aspiring board directors from startups to Fortune 500, including Microsoft, LinkedIn, Salesforce, Disney, Okta, Docusign, Autodesk and many others.

 

She brings more than two decades of marketing experience in the financial services industry, now focusing her work on senior leaders across industries looking for opportunities in technology, human resources, marketing, operations, customer success and others to develop compelling go-to-market packages. She collaborates with her clients to highlight their best career achievements and unique values to position them for their next role or board seat.

Background

Nancy partners with Athena, an organization helping women attain corporate board work, creating their go-to-market board materials. She also works with Blue Steps, an executive and board firm, helping executives as well as aspiring board directors to distill their value proposition through highly customized branding materials. Previously, she partnered with Execunet, Inc., in creating highly compelling executive resumes and LinkedIn profile alignments for leaders trying to attain C-suite roles.

As Vice President, Marketing, for Western Independent Bankers, Nancy led the team responsible for all association communications, including branding, website, collateral materials and email marketing. In addition, she was Editor-in-Chief of Western Banker magazine, the flagship publication for the membership-based association, as well as six function-specific electronic newsletters.

Nancy holds a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism from California State University Hayward (now East Bay), where she was the award-winning Editor-in-Chief of the university newspaper.