Jennifer Jiles is a passionate storyteller at heart!
As a journalist, writer, and
magazine editor spans more than 20 years and has appeared in the following
publications: PR Tactics, The Kansas City
Business Journal (sister publication to
The Atlanta Business Chronicle), Corporate Report/Kansas City Magazine, Fulton
County Daily Report, a publication for Atlanta’s legal industry, and Essence Magazine. As a columnist for Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine, she wrote
a monthly column on careers and management topics, and also served as a
features writer for six years.
Jennifer has served as the editor of corporate, institutional and university magazines, and contributed research to one of the co-authors of the bestseller “I’ll Find a Way or Make One: A Tribute to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.” She was a manuscript editor of a forthcoming book co-authored by a licensed psychotherapist and a pharmacist.
Her work as a ghostwriter, speechwriter and script writer includes serving C-Suite executives, university presidents and A-list celebrities.
As an award-winning communications and public relations expert, she has been employed by or served as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, national non-profit organizations, public relations/marketing firms and higher education institutions.
Jennifer’s work in front of the camera includes serving as a correspondent for the TV news magazines “Inside the Atlanta Tribune” and “Kansas City Alive!” and as a spokesperson to the media for three corporations and a university. Her work behind camera includes serving as producer of the GPTV production “Georgia’s First Ladies.”
In Jennifer's personal time you can find her reading a book, spending time with family and going to the "spa" with her niece.