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Jennifer Pascal is an entrepreneur and recognized expert in communications and crisis management strategies. Her strategic communications counsel guides public relations, public affairs and image campaigns for corporate and nonprofit clients. Jennifer has prepared executives, ambassadors and civic leaders with media training for high-profile interviews and speeches. She has led ideation and strategic sessions for both for-profit and nonprofit clients on revenue stream development teams.

Jennifer specializes in helping corporate and non-profit clients successfully protect and preserve public confidence and brand value in times of crisis and challenge. She has advised clients on issues related to federal investigations and law enforcement, fatalities, regulatory scrutiny, data breaches, defective products, labor relations, child safety, mergers and animal welfare.

Jennifer has led a number of award-winning communications projects including a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) “Business Issues Management” Silver Anvil for their work for ConocoPhillips; a PRSA “Best Of” Silver Anvil, along with her team, for launching XM Satellite Radio; and a PRSA Silver Spur Award for their work on the Universal Technical Institute Grand Opening of their Dallas / Fort Worth campus. Her team's work for 7-Eleven, Inc. earned the company three Telly awards.

Her clients have included Fortune 500 companies like Walmart, Bank of America Corp., Microsoft and ConocoPhillips, and organizations serving children including several charter school districts, independent schools, universities and zoos.

Jennifer’s company, Allyn Media, is a 100% women-owned business, and one of the largest women-owned PR and media firms in the state of Texas. The Texas Comptroller certifies Allyn Media as a Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) and the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA) certifies us as a Women-Owned Business. The Dallas Business Journal recognizes Allyn Media as one of the “Best Places to Work” and one of “North Texas Region’s Largest Women-Owned Businesses.”

Jennifer Pascal serves on the University of Texas at Dallas Development Board, is a volunteer at Spanish House Elementary and volunteers as a youth basketball coach through the YMCA. She has served as a volunteer as board chair of Friends of Wednesday’s Child, a volunteer with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Project B.E.L.O.N.G. - Building Essential Life Options Through New Goals.