I ensure people notice your business, so you can be focused on running your business.

While you’re busy running your business or serving your clients, I’m busy helping to ensure people notice you. I’m a communications strategist and brand storyteller who utilizes content marketing, public relations, brand storytelling, and social media to tell your compelling brand message.

Jennifer Sheran, Sheran Communications

I build strategic internal and external communications campaigns, identify stories, and create multichannel content that engages employees, clients, media, and other key constituents.

I am a committed and hands-on communication consultant who enjoys bringing your mission to life for your team members, shareholders, customers, and the public.

After working with award-winning public relations, and communications agencies, successful nonprofits, and Fortune 500 corporations, I have a well-equipped toolbox to tackle your communication needs. I have experience in many business sectors, including

  • automotive
  • architecture
  • consumer products
  • commercial & residential real estate
  • design & construction
  • developmental disability
  • education
  • faith & culture
  • finance
  • food & beverage
  • hospitality & entertainment
  • manufacturing
  • retail
  • service organizations
  • Saas
  • technology
  • toys & baby products
  • travel & tourism

Throughout my career, I’ve worked with numerous well-known brands, including Baby Einstein, Kids2, Cox Automotive, Rheem Manufacturing, Perkins + Will, Museum of the Bible, Prison Fellowship, UPS, and Hobby Lobby.

I have also had the opportunity to serve as a trusted advisor to C-suite executives and global nonprofit leaders helping them manage their image, reputation, brand, and legacy.

Whether you’re looking to increase awareness about your company or an event, promote a product or service, or position yourself as an expert, it’s my job to find the unique story about your message and purpose — and then deliver it in a creative way that attracts the attention of your target audiences.

Jennifer Sheran