Jennifer Oliver Henderson is a marketing communication specialist with nearly 20 years of experience. Her professional achievements include “40 Under 40” awarded by the Fort Worth Business Press in 2008, Texas Wesleyan University’s Alumni Service Award in 2012, the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2014, Great Women of Texas in 2014, Top 20 Women to Watch in 2016 and alumni scholar of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses. She is also recipient of more than 100 local to international design and public relations awards. For fun, she runs Gallery 440, featuring a large collection of international modern art as well as local contemporary Texas artists.
Jennifer conveys the incredible value consistent public relations efforts has on building relationships with your community rooted in trust and transparency. We also discuss the world of art and the value art plays in evoking emotion and creating connection with our messages.
- An apology, when appropriate, goes a long way. Accountability and honesty is refreshing in a day and age filled with spin, misdirection, and the misperception of perfection conveyed on social media.
- What someone else says about you, including reporters, is eight times more valuable than any advertisement you pay for.
- Make your content relevant to your audience. Tell your story but through their eyes.
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