Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

As an experienced marketing leader, Jennifer Miller has managed and built both sales and marketing teams from the ground up. She believes that at the core of all organizations and processes, people are what drive change and growth in a company. Her passion for supporting companies to build scalable processes has impacted many organizations over the years, one of which received the honor of the #1 Fastest-Growing Technology company in Austin and #86 on the 2019 Inc 5000 list. The range of experience Jennifer holds in both small startup and Fortune 100 companies have given her both scalable and strategic insight into how to build an organization’s brand. Through her organization, Strategically Connected, a Marketing Consulting Agency, she has thrived in supporting organizations find their purpose and growth path. She served as President of the Austin American Marketing Association Board (a national organization focused on connecting and developing marketers) during the 2020-2021 Board Year and continues to be a part of the organization. Seeing impact, both large and small, is something that Jennifer thrives on. Being a part of Acumen drives a path for strengthening not only organizations but the leaders that are a part of it. Her mission at Acumen is to support the organization through strategy and scalable growth paths to build a community of leaders that drive change.

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Jennifer Miller
By Jennifer Miller
on November 03, 2022
A colleague of mine one time told me “My goal for the year is to be a tractor. I want to clear all of the rocks and unnecessary mess, and give my team wide-open spaces for them to run.” She then ...
Jennifer Miller
By Jennifer Miller
on September 22, 2022
The other day I was in a meeting chatting with someone about some projects, and when I asked how they were feeling about the work, their response was, “I’m surviving.” In my mind, this is a little ...
Jennifer Miller
By Jennifer Miller
on June 30, 2022
When you think of the word “community” what comes to mind? Maybe your neighborhood? The local community center near you? A group of people that meet at a coffee shop each week?