Before her position at Dell, Jennie founded Insight Marketing Group, an Austin-based marketing firm, and held brand management, account manager, and account executive positions at Miller Brewing Company, QuickSilver Interactive Group, and Advo Inc., the nation’s largest direct marketing firm. Her initial professional experiences were in not-for-profit positions for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the San Antonio Golf Association.
Jennie Loev brings 18 years experience to jloev consulting where she utilizes her talents to assist organizations and individuals with strategic marketing, corporate event management, and executive and career coaching.
Prior to joining UT, Jennie was a product manager and marketing operations consultant at Dell, Inc. where she also co-chaired the company’s McCombs MBA Alumni Network and served as the Sally Award Chair for Women in Search of Excellence at Dell.
Jennie received her Master of Business Administration degree from the McCombs School of Business and her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently a member of the Austin Young Chamber of Commerce, has served on the board of Movember Austin and the Steering Committee of the Young Austin Leadership Alliance, among her other volunteer activities.
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Jennie paused her work on jloev consulting while working with AIPAC as she had previously launched the firm after working for noteworthy Austin start-ups Invodo and TalentGuard.
Previously, Jennie served as the first regional director for the region’s synagogue initiative for AIPAC where she created and implemented a plan to strategically engage and activate synagogues in the seven states of the southwest.
Jennie served as the director of alumni relations and annual giving at the University of Texas’ McCombs School of Business before joining Austin’s start-up community. At McCombs, she strategically grew engagement of MBA alumni and spearheaded alumni network expansion to include BBA, MPA, and executive MBA alumni.