CMO — Indigo Ag
With a distinguished career building brands for beloved consumer-facing companies, Jennifer leads Indigo’s corporate and commercial functions as Chief Marketing Officer.
Over twenty years of experience spearheading, executing, and scaling cross-functional marketing campaigns and telling global stories informs her decisions regarding Indigo’s brand, tone, and creative content. She seeks to convey Indigo’s value to growers, buyers, and consumers through an experience that works across the agricultural supply chain.
Before joining Indigo, Jennifer was CMO at StubHub. She contributed to the two-way marketplace’s foundational pivot from just four countries of operation to nearly fifty; Leading breakthrough creative projects while there, Jennifer engaged and retained the global user base StubHub now occupies as the largest ticketing marketplace in the world. Jennifer has occupied several other executive-level roles, leading efforts for Fandom, the Los Angeles Times, AOL, Sirius Satellite Radio, and Time Warner. Expanding brands, navigating innovative new markets, and launching foundational business functions have all been tenets of these previous roles.
She frequently speaks on a range of topics related to creating brand value and engaging diverse audiences, including forums such as Grace Hopper Women in Tech (2016), Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit (2016), and Glamour Women of the Year (2016). A graduate of the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, Jennifer studied business administration in marketing. She is based out of Los Angeles, where she raises her two daughters.
“Throughout my career, I have been committed to brands that enrich people’s lives. Indigo is making a vast impact at a time where the effects of climate change have shifted from conversation to action. By bridging consumers’ desire for transparency and access to healthier food choices with products and services that accelerate the adoption of more sustainable growing practices, this company has introduced a complex portfolio of solutions that touch the entire supply chain.”