Jennifer Dunn is a senior corporate communications strategist with more than twenty-five years of experience in public affairs, crisis communications and brand management.
Throughout her career, Jennifer has led global external, executive and internal corporate communications for Fortune 50 companies. She is skilled in navigating highly matrixed organizations, implementing complex change-management initiatives, building teams and driving corporate reputation initiatives. She has also acted as a global media spokesperson and C-suite advisor. She is proficient in multi-stakeholder engagement and driving business-oriented results.
Most recently, Jennifer served as Senior Vice President of Communications at Wells Fargo & Company where she advised on enterprise strategy, crisis, and brand narratives related to Wells Fargo’s reputation as a financial services, business and community leader. She oversaw all communications for global government relations, ESG and sustainability strategy, and the $400 million Wells Fargo Foundation and also drove significant corporate and change management communications throughout the company’s Public Affairs function.
Prior to Wells Fargo, Jennifer managed global public affairs, philanthropy and marketing communications strategy for Cisco, Inc., where she also helped launch the company’s entry into the Connected Energy/Smart Grid market. She served in a similar role for Intel Corporation where she also helped lead executive thought leadership communications for Intel’s C-suite.
Jennifer received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She resides in the Washington, DC area.