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About Jenn

Director of Communications

As Director of Communications, Jenn Humphries is responsible for managing and directing Big Rig Wraps internal and external communications. She creates marketing and communication strategies and is the key spokesperson Big Rig Wraps.

Jenn Humphries is an award-winning public relations professional and content creator. Her company, JC Humphries & Associates, specializes in amplifying business owners and their companies to grow bigger audiences and improve sales. During her more than 20-year career in Public Relations, Jenn helped change the media landscape by overseeing communications campaigns around CRTC applications and submissions, and preparing reports to regulators and for senate hearings. She announced landmark mergers and acquisitions (BCE’s first acquisition of CTV Inc.; CTV’s acquisition of NetStar Communications); announced leadership changes, promoted new technologies (out-of-home media, films for mobile, e-cinema); and launched award-winning films at international festivals including the Toronto International Film Festival and Sundance. She has even spearheaded the Canadian publicity campaign for two successful initiatives to garner Oscar attention (Oscar-Award-winning Danish Poet, Oscar-nominated Madame Tutli-Putli). While working in healthcare, Jenn secured a prestigious public sector award nomination, garnered acclaim for the Hospital’s LHIN Health Equity report, and increased the national and international media profile for Canadian medical research.

Before becoming the Principal of her own firm, Jenn held numerous in-house public relations positions including Director of Corporate Communications at CTV Inc. and Bell Globemedia; Senior Publicist at the National Film Board of Canada; and Senior Media Specialist and External Communications at St. Michael’s Hospital.

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