Marketing Consultant Jennifer Beever to Speak on Los Angeles Women MBA Panel

Los Angeles, CaliforniaJune 10, 2010 — Jennifer Beever is a featured speaker on a panel discussion, “Beyond 9 to 5: Building Your Professional Brand,” at the Los Angeles chapter of NAWMBA, the National Association of Women MBAs. Jennifer, who received her MBA from the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business in 1990, has been asked to speak on how to strategically build a professional brand using social media and online marketing. Other panelists for this event at Loyola Marymount include business author Larraine Segil, NAWBO Past President and attorney Cynthia McClain-Hill, and Loyola Board of Regents member and internationally-recognized Architectural Interior Designer Denise Richards.

New Incite is a marketing consultancy that drives B2B marketing results through research, analysis, marketing planning, implementation, and marketing department development to grow revenue for business. It was founded by Jennifer Beever in 1997 in Woodland Hills, California. New Incite works cross industry, with a particular focus on technology, manufacturing and green companies.

Jennifer Beever calls herself the “CMO for Hire for geeks, scientists, and engineers.” She is an Inbound Marketing Certified Professional and a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) with the Institute of Management Consultants USA (IMC USA). She is currently the Marketing Chair for IMCUSA’s annual Confab conference for consultants by consultants, served for three years as Marketing Chair on the national board of the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP), and is a past-president of ASP – Los Angeles and IMCUSA’s SoCal chapter. For more information about Jennifer Beever, New Incite or its outsource CMO for Hire services, contact Jennifer Beever by email or by calling 818-347-4248.

The National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering women MBAs in order to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and to enhance the diversity of the nation’s workforce.  The NAWMBA-LA chapter focuses its efforts in four key areas: education; professional development; networking; collaboration.

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