Talent Citizen is pleased to announce that Jen Brock will join Mount Holyoke College, a private liberal arts women’s college that is gender diverse and the oldest member of the historic Seven Sisters colleges, as Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing. In this newly created role, Jen will envision, develop and implement a comprehensive set of integrated marketing and communications strategies to advance the priorities of the College, that will convey a clearly defined sense of Mount Holyoke’s values, shared achievements, aspirations, and identity as a place of providing intellectually adventurous education in the liberal arts and sciences.
A proud alum of a women’s college, Jen has dedicated her career to marketing and communications for educational institutions and nonprofit organizations. She began her career in the marketing and communications department of Northside Hospital, followed by roles at Georgia State University, Piedmont Heart Institute and as an independent communications consultant. In 2011, she joined EM2, a design and brand agency, as senior account and client relations manager. Some of her clients included Spelman College, Clemson University, Mississippi State University, Greater Atlanta Christian School, Springmont School and YMCA of Metro Atlanta. After leaving the agency sector, Jen served as director of communications and marketing for Mercer University’s College of Pharmacy and then held the same role at The Walker School. For the past three years, she has led all communications for Marietta City Schools as chief communications officer.
Jen earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia, and she completed her master’s courses in Communications at Georgia State University.
Talent Citizen President Tracy Welsh led this search with Senior Associate Eva Kotilinek.