Jennifer Montone oversees all strategic and tactical marketing and communications initiatives to advance TPI’s mission and build awareness of its consulting services and thought leadership in strategic philanthropy. Jen supports business development efforts through client management, prospect research, and business communications. In addition, Jen leads TPI’s branding and content marketing work, partnership development, and public relations efforts.
Jen has more than 17 years of experience in marketing and communications, mission-driven strategic planning and implementation, organization and program development, management and relationship building, and philanthropy and fundraising. Prior to joining TPI, Jen served as Director of Marketing Communications and Business Development for Edible Boston magazine where she developed and implemented a comprehensive, integrated marketing strategy using print and digital media as well as key strategic partnerships and event sponsorships to support the magazine’s mission and reinforce the brand’s pre-eminence in its industry. Before moving to Boston, Jen served as Director of Direct Marketing at the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health where she led the overall strategy creation, execution, and measurement of success of a wide range of development marketing programs and communications efforts in support of the philanthropic goals of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University. In addition, Jen held various marketing roles at the San Francisco Symphony.
Jen has a Bachelors degree in business and marketing from Santa Clara University, and holds a Masters of Liberal Arts degree in Gastronomy and a Certificate in the Culinary Arts, both from Boston University.