Jenna Sauber is a communications strategist and writer in Washington, DC. She currently works at BCW Global, supporting clients in the public affairs and government sector, with a focus on messaging, editorial, internal communications, and integrated communications.
For more than 13 years, Jenna has provided strategic communications and content for a variety of nonprofit organizations, foundations, associations, and small businesses. She has been employed by the UN Foundation, the Case Foundation, UC San Diego, and the National Communications Association, and has provided consulting services and freelance writing for Water For People, the James Beard Foundation, Advocates, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the American Writers Museum, Turn Two Communications, BookBub, and more.
Jenna spends her time in DC visiting museums, baking and cooking, reading, knitting, running, and spending time with her Corgi, Scarlett.
View her writing portfolio or browse the Lagniappe archives for blog posts on literature, cooking, history, and more.