About Us

Emily JenneweinFounded in 1996, Emily JenneweinMarketing Communications partners with clients to provide customized marketing communications services and outstanding results.

We are marketing communications consultants and Web developers in San Diego, California with expertise spanning Web communications, public relations and journalism at Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, independent consulting and newspapers.

Recent Web projects include new sites for:

  • San Diego Foundation
  • San Diego Grantmakers
  • Sunrise Capital Partners, Inc.
  • Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego
  • Leichtag Foundation
  • Viewpoint Learning, Inc.
  • Run Women Run
  • Objectives International, Inc.
  • Carleton Management, Inc.
  • Congregation Beth Israel of San Diego
We create publications that communicate your key messages with attractive, cohesive design. Emily cut her teeth in publications at The Coca-Cola Company where image is everything and excellence in planning in execution was unsurpassed.

Media relations experience includes stints working at several large newspapers, developing communications strategy for overcoming objections to expansion plans, event coverage and crisis communications.

Corporate Experience


Emily Jennewein was the Corporate Webmaster for Knight Ridder, the second largest newspaper publisher in the United States, until its acquisition by McClatchy. For seven years, she maintained this 2,000-page Web site with information for shareholders, investors, media and employees for this Fortune 500 company.

At The Coca-Cola Company, Emily was Manager of Shareholder Services and Manager of Corporate Communications. She was responsible for the company’s Annual Report and Quarterly Reports to shareholders.

Earlier, she was a business news reporter at The Miami Herald and The Atlanta Constitution, where she won the National Headliner Award for outstanding reporting.

Nonprofit Experience


Emily was Web developer and marketing consultant to the Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego, where she earlier was Director of Marketing & Communications. She developed marketing initiatives to support the Foundation’s strategic goals and oversaw advertising, the Foundation’s Web site, annual reports, newsletters, brochures and media relations.

In the community, Emily is President of the Board of Hillel of San Diego, which serves UCSD, SDSU and CSU San Marcos. She is the Immediate Past President of Congregation Beth Israel of San Diego, San Diego's oldest and largest Jewish congregation.

Education


M.B.A. from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

B.A. in English from Amherst College