Jennifer Davis is a high energy, articulate senior executive who uses entrepreneurial skills to build high performing businesses, product lines, and go-to-market strategies. Through numerous leadership roles, at Intel and Planar, she has been able to quickly assess business and customer needs, optimize resources and investments, develop highly effective marketing innovations and product strategies, and deliver superior results.
Jennifer is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Honeywell's Home and Building Technologies (HBT) division in the Environmental and Energy Solutions (E&ES) business, where she helps lead innovation and growth in connected homes and connected buildings. Prior to that shew as the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for the international business of Leyard and also serves as the vice president of marketing and product strategy at Planar Systems and Runco International. These roles put her in the center of the technology industry for a variety of markets including residential systems, digital signage, corporate offices, control rooms, broadcast, sports arenas, retail, and many more.
A sought after public speaker and mentor, Jennifer has spoken at marketing, design and technology conferences like Digital Signage Expo, AIA Expo, and SEGD (the Society for Experiential Graphic Design). She is an authorized trainer for the AIA Cornerstone education program and is a regular contributor on the InfoComm blog and Planar's blog. She is on Frost & Sullivan'sGrowth, Innovation, and Leadership Council (GIL), a member of the CMO Club, the BizWomen Network, and Women of InfoComm Network. She served as a judge for the AMA-PDX Max Awards (September 2016).
With a career spanning from start-up to Fortune 500, with experience in software, cloud, and electronics hardware, she a business leader, senior marketing executive with public company experience, and mentor who has delivered profitable growth and product innovation.
She has a master's degree in business administration from Pepperdine University and a bachelor's in business and history from Warner Pacific College, where she has been honored as a distinguished alumni (February 2016), and has taken continuing education through Harvard Business School.
Jennifer is a regular contributor on a number of influential blogs and publications. See Media Coverage for a complete list.
Jennifer has proudly served on the board of trustees for Marathon Scholars, a non-profit organization who matches high-potential, low-resource students in the 4th grade with mentoring and a four-year college scholarship, walking with them through completion of their college career.
Jennifer cherishes her roles as wife, mother of two, daughter, sister, friend, and volunteer. She is seeking active connections in her new home of Atlanta, Georgia.
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