Jennifer Wallace Pro
Jennifer has worked in Fortune 500 marketing and strategic business development for 20 years, shaping product and brand stories for clients, prospects, employees and sales teams. Jennifer has worked in high-net-worth banking in various roles in Marketing and on national line-of-business teams leading strategic and pioneering campaigns and sponsorships including corporate sponsorships with the Sundance Film Festival, Jackson Hole Economic Forum and most recently, supporting the launch of a new banking division helping high-net-worth families have conversations about money, values and relationships.
Jennifer has worked in corporate communications and internal marketing roles for Gap, Inc. and was the Director of Development and Marketing for the Pro Bono Project Silicon Valley, a legal aid organization.
Jennifer holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Ethics from Smith College where she was Dean’s List and First Group Scholar.
Jennifer is active in the independent film community including leading a production company, Thunderbolt Forge Films, which currently has a feature-length documentary, “Who Do We Have Here” in production and "Mexico '85" in pre-production, and is a co-producer on "Tamara" about the most famous unknown art deco painter, Tamara de Lempika. Jennifer is active in the disability advocacy community.
Thunderbolt Forge Films also includes an active marine services division supporting all aspects of maritime needs during production.