Communications are a critical factor in any crisis or restructuring, and Paladin is proud to have one of the best in the business at the helm of our strategic communications team. Jennifer works closely with clients’ management and other advisors to develop and execute successful communication strategies that strengthen brands, minimize risk and preserve reputation.
Over the last two decades Jennifer has held leadership positions in communications inside high profile corporations, at some of the world’s leading public relations firms and at other notable restructuring consultancies. She was named a 2021 “Top Women in Communication” honoree by Ragan/PR Daily, a 2021 “Top Women Dealmaker” by the Global M&A Network, and a 2020 “PR Person of the Year” by PR News.
Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, San Diego. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and also sits on the board of TMA’s Southern California Chapter as the Communications Chair, is a board member of CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education), and is an active member of the ABI, ACG and the PRSA. She is a published author and frequent speaker on topics related to crisis communication.