Jennifer Amdur Spitz is a strategic communications pro who builds partnerships and narratives that connect brands to the issues that they care about most. Jennifer produces documentary films, brand videos, and advocacy videos and designs communications that grow engagement and build relationships.
Jennifer works frequently at the intersection of youth and arts and taps into trends to support positive youth development and opportunity. For example; she designed a multi-media campaign for AVIXA (producers of InfoComm) to introduce the next generation to careers in AV Tech. She also created a National media arts program for public high school students to explore issues of race, place, and urban identity and produced videos with each community.
Jennifer is co-producer of the feature documentary film Food Patriots and produced an impact campaign that included national brands such as Chipotle and Organic Valley and strategic partners such as Consumer Union, NRDC, Pew Charitable Trusts, and USDA-FNS. The campaign published videos across social media channels, garnered over 1.6 million signatures, and led to antibiotic-free meat in schools and grocery stores. Jennifer is a founding executive board member of Naturally Chicago which brings together entrepreneurs, investors, retailers, and industry experts to make Chicago an epicenter for fast-growing natural products companies.
She has agency experience working with brands across education, healthcare, food and nutrition, environment, arts and culture, health and human services, real estate, and technology.