Jen Williams. Good Business, Good Deeds, Good Stories.

Greetings! Jen at Grand Canyon

I’ve earned media in the most prestigious publications and received national marketing awards and speaking engagements, but most importantly, for the last 18 years  I’ve been in the business of helping people. More precisely, I’m a communications consultant whose passion and expertise are deeply rooted in health & wellness, social & health equity, sports, travel, education and the arts. I’ve independently worked – and thrived – remotely supporting several clients in various stages of growth since 2014. I love the industries I work within as much as I love providing impeccable integrated marketing communications to clients. Pun-loving and punctilious, I revel in developing content, design and soup to nuts campaigns – from cross-platform social promotions to website overhauls and above-the-fold features. From concept to tear-down, I spice up consumer and trade events with equal parts enthusiasm and attention to detail. Upstream of issues, I conceive and implement programs that tackle complex challenges and create quantitative and qualitative results. I’m often a one-woman powerhouse, but when working on a team, coaching or collaborating, I don’t just bring business savvy to the table: Positive culture, emotional intelligence, moments for mindfulness, and inclusivity are inherent to any job well done.

If you see opportunities to work together, collaborate pro bono or exchange a good chuckle, please be in touch via jenbutson(at)gmail.com.

Recent Clients & Work Experience

  • Polaris-Genomics_Branding_V3_Logo_Color-Dark (1)At the intersection of precision medicine and behavioral health, Polaris Genomics is harnessing genomics to make invisible wounds like PTSD visible. It has been a privilege to support this Black-veteran-and-woman-led biotech startup. 
  • Athari-Bio_Logo_FinalThrough inclusivity, innovation, education & empowerment, Athari Bio is creating a world in which social & health equity are realized. I am honored to support this woman-led diverse team on its mission of strengthening communities, developing future leaders, and building generational wealth, health and well-being through bioscience.
  • PrintWhile heading up marketing & honing my headstand at New Haven, Ct’s top voted yoga & wellness center, Breathing Room, I also led communications for the naturopathic physicians and holistic wellness practitioners within the center. After five years, I am still active in Asana(both the yoga & management platform!) and a 200hr certified yoga teacher with United We Om trauma-informed and Prison Yoga Training experience; I have recently handed off the marketing operations to focus more on creating community collaborations, but I still get under the hood when the website needs tinkering.
  • For three years, I developed the community outreach, corporate partnerships and marketing support for the East coast’s first and largest Run for Refugees; it’s a benefit that raises awareness and vital funds for refugee & immigrant resettlement.
  • Acing Academics from PreK to Phd: I organized twice-monthly events for Yale University grad families and managed the social media from 2016-2018, and again for a mid-pandemic stint in 2020. I also designed Yale Grad Student Life Center‘s print brochures. At the same time, it was a joy to assist an independent preschool in growing its community engagement, benefit events and enrollment for two years.
  • Singing the praises of Americana powerhouse, Red Molly and coaching several independent music artists in marketing content & social media strategy, I also got to take the mic myself, speaking at the New England Songwriters Retreat in 2019, and yes, I’m always up for karaoke too!
  • Illustrating its loveliness, I supported the Vermont Arts Council with PR and social media campaigns focused on their 50th anniversary and on-going arts promotion, 2016-18.
  • My current beloved biotech clients are not my first foray in precision health and genomics. In 2015, I supported the Fluidigm marketing team with social media and targeted industry events promotion.


Sweet Clips from Past Academia & Travel Industries

mcdougal-g-and-p-cover-shotYale University Graduate & Professional Student Parent Brochure, Editor & Designer, Fall, 2016

Yale University Graduate & Professional Student Spouse Brochure, Editor & Designer, Fall, 2016

Springtime in Vermont means Maple & Murals, Sugarhouses & Sculptures
Published via Vermont Arts Council & Vermont Fresh Network’s DiginVT blog, Spring 2017

So Vermont Arts & Living Magazine, Fall 2016 Cover Story

Autumn & Art: Visit Vermont’s Colorful and Creative Landscape this Fall Foliage Season, Vermont Arts Council, Summer 2016

Experience Burlington, Vermont & Beyond Magazine, 2016-2017 Issue Editor & provided the majority of editorial: Pgs 8-11, 24, 26, 30-32, 39, 43, & 48-49,

Mountains of Art: Discover Vibrant Art in Villages along the Nation’s Oldest Hiking Trail, Published via the Vermont Arts Council & the Green Mountain Club, Summer 2016

Babe in the Woods….And Loving It! Vermont State Parks Blog, Summer 2016

Vermont’s Winter Scene: Where Arts and the Alpine Define the Landscape, Ski Vermont, Winter 2016

Paddle through Vermont’s Past & Present
, Vermont Vacation Summer Guide 2015

An Artisanal Kitchen is Made in Vermont & Vermont Culinary Experiences, Vermont Vacation Winter Guide 2015, Links unavailable.

Seeing is BeLeafing Fall Foliage Video Campaign, Vermont Dept. of Tourism & Marketing, Fall 2013

A Taste of Route 100Come for a Visit, Stay for a Lifetime, Vermont Vacation Guides 2013

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