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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Senior leader who accelerates quality and effectiveness for mission-minded organizations, using distinctive communication, solid management, innovative thinking, and an unwavering commitment to excellence.

Skills
  • Executive leadership
  • Outcomes design and analysis
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • Program development
  • Thought leadership
  • Media relations
  • Board development
  • Staff management
  • Negotiation
  • Financial administration
  • Strategic planning
Work History
Vice President, 01/2018 - Current
Ogilvy & Mather Chicago, IL,

Through a role similar to that of a COO/Chief of Staff, implement strategies and oversee all areas of programs, products, education, and services—including program development, marketing, communications, delivery, budget, and evaluation—for a network of ministries that help move people in destitute conditions or desperate situations from human suffering to human flourishing.

  • Quarterbacked the launch of a $6 Million self-funded health benefits program, which has enrolled some 1,000 employees in quality benefits nationwide, while saving member organizations several million dollars.
  • Developed a new model and tools for evaluating outcomes across the network’s 300 member ministries, raising outcomes measurement across the network from 30 percent of ministries to 70 percent of ministries that now collect and analyze outcomes data.
  • Created new programs and education opportunities to facilitate a strategic shift in ministry philosophy from a focus on crisis services (relief) to an overall life-transformation focus (development).
  • Managed and provided coaching for a board acceleration program for the boards of member organizations that has, so far, transformed the board cultures of about 60 ministries.
  • Served as program director for the network’s annual convention and exposition, drawing more than 1,000 people each year for inspiration, networking, and education in poverty alleviation trends and strategies.
  • Built relationships with numerous organizations that aid members programmatically and financially.
  • Pioneered an innovative micro-credentialing program to train and recognize ministry professionals in a number of different specialties.
  • Participated in meetings with the network’s board of directors.
    Implemented organizational vision as established in the network’s Strategic Plan.
  • Demonstrated consistent quality of finance, administration, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve goals.
  • Developed, coached, and retained high-performing team members.
    Provided a daily leadership presence for staff, freeing the organization’s president to be a statesman and champion for the work of member ministries.
  • Participated in media interviews, wrote articles, and spoke at events to increase exposure for the network, member organizations, and the issues we address.
Director of Member Services, 03/2012 - 01/2018
Employer Direct Healthcare Dallas, TX,

Managed some 70 programs, products, and services that increase the quality and effectiveness of 300 organizations that release and restore people from the grip of addiction, poverty, and homelessness.

  • Revamped the education tracks for annual conventions, which have broken attendance records every year for the past three years.
  • Created, instructed in, facilitated, and marketed the network’s Emerging Leaders Institute.
  • Increased marketing efforts and incentives to encourage a 100 percent increase in the number of missions in the network’s certification program.
  • Saw new levels of member satisfaction and engagement.
    Spearheaded and marketed a series of Best Practices for Transformative Ministries publications.
  • Led numerous task force groups and committees to solve challenges members face.
  • Became the go-to source for information and counsel on hundreds of member issues, ranging from operational and legal questions, to programmatic and legislative concerns.
Executive Director, 02/2006 - 03/2012
Smithbucklin Washington, DC,

Led a ministry that provides youth camps, retreat facilities, creation education, and leadership development programs to 8,000 people annually.

  • Engaged and mobilized constituents through e-mail newsletters, incentive programs, and social networking avenues.
  • Worked with the local community to repair relationships and build partnerships.
  • Developed new and highly effective marketing strategies focused on online search marketing.
  • Cultivated relationships and negotiated contracts with churches, schools, and other organizations.
  • Headed operations of a 670-acre multimillion dollar facility, which included a public water utility, and employed about 40 FTE’s.
  • Raised the level of customer service by refocusing Brookhaven’s mission, rallying staff, improving communication with customers, and implementing service-oriented protocols.
  • Authored articles for industry magazines, thus raising the visibility of Brookhaven.
  • Worked to build brand consistency and recognition.
    Led sessions in Brookhaven’s leadership development program for college students.
  • Wrote extensive funding proposals for various projects and communicated with donors, garnering additional support for Brookhaven’s mission.
  • Decreased costs and increased revenue for Brookhaven's ministry, realizing 30 percent budget growth.
  • Executed broad administrative functions.
Communications and Marketing Director, 11/2002 - 02/2006
Christian Camp & Conference Association City, STATE,

Led team of professionals in developing communications strategies and vehicles to facilitate the mission of CCCA, an association of Christian ministries with some 1,000 organizational members. I also served as the managing editor for the association’s award-winning magazines and other publications.

  • Facilitated the association’s name change and re-imaging process.
    Executed brand strategies throughout CCCA, affiliate organizations, and member organizations.
  • Realized new levels of positive media coverage in national print and broadcast outlets.
  • Participated in interviews with media representatives.
  • Developed numerous news releases, PSAs, media kits, and other tools.
    Built relationships with media professionals and responded to related coverage.
  • Saw dramatic increases in member satisfaction throughout my tenure.
    Taught seminars and represented CCCA at multiple regional and national events.
  • Managed the flagship magazine, InSite, a 44-page, full-color, member-focused bimonthly.
  • Led in redesign/refocusing effort of InSite that received praise from the readership.
  • Won numerous first place awards from the Evangelical Press Association every year.
  • Slashed production costs while seeing a 25 percent increase in the circulation of InSite.
  • Managed the development and launch of a new public magazine, CampSight.
  • Developed new models for cross-selling products and tracking direct mail responses.
  • Served as editor and production supervisor in the development of CCCA’s award-winning Cairn Series Professional Training Modules.
  • Annually served as communications coordinator for CCCA’s National Convention, an event averaging more than 1,000 participants.
Education
Bachelor of Arts: Communications, Expected in
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Stephen F. Austin State University - Nacogdoches, TX,
GPA:
  • Minored in Sociology
  • Recipient of President's Academic Scholarship
  • Member of Public Relations Society of America
  • Reporter and Columnist for The Pine Log university newspaper
  • Played Club Baseball
Associate of Science: Psychology, Expected in
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Jacksonville College - Jacksonville, TX,
GPA:
  • Recipient of Academic Scholarship
  • President of Student Government
  • President's List or Dean's List every semester

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School Attended

  • Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Jacksonville College

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