2013 PR People to Watch: Jackie Titus


Jackie Titus, Vice President, Weber Shandwick

Jackie Titus lives by the credo “nothing ventured, nothing gained” and brings this can-do approach to her work as a Vice President for Weber Shandwick’s Washington, D.C. office. Titus’ leadership has helped drive Weber Shandwick’s reputation in Washington, and its digital transformation across geographies. An impressive list of colleagues and clients praise her digital expertise, creativity and ability to bring smart thinking to corporate social responsibility, nonprofit and social issues assignments.

She is one of Weber Shandwick’s top managers and mentors, a sought after new business development lead and a consistent thought leadership spokesperson. Titus is an integral member of the agency’s Social Impact team, a global network that builds insight-driven communications programs for corporations, nonprofits and foundations. Among her accomplishments, Titus has helped clients such as Bank of America and Nike embrace cutting-edge digital opportunities by leveraging diverse platforms to build awareness and support of CSR strategies and their impact.


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