Before she joined Dittoe PR, Jenna worked with nonprofit organizations to provide internal and external communications and event planning, build marketing efforts for boutique-to-medium-sized agencies, and freelanced for local Indy-based clients. Her media relations, thought leadership and public relations efforts have garnered coverage for B2B SaaS companies and allowed her to work with clients for local events, a podcast marketing platform, and a popular network fiber infrastructure company.
Jenna specializes in finding trending topics, writing quippy pitches and quick turnaround requests. She is a proud former Greyhound cheerleader and PR graduate from the University of Indianapolis. When she’s not working, you can find her wandering through thrift stores, hanging outside at Newfields 100 Acres, or spinning up a sweat at CycleBar. She is also working on becoming fluent in Spanish.
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