The Innov8rs Conference is coming to Atlanta on March 22-23, 2018, and 352 Inc.’s team will be a bit part of the event.

On March 22, 352’s Founder and President, Geoff Wilson, will speak on a panel about the state of Atlanta’s Corporate Innovation Ecosystem. Geoff plans to share his insights from working with Atlanta’s many enterprises as to how they approach innovation. Geoff will also share his perspective on the startup community through his involvement at Atlanta Tech Village and Techstars Atlanta. 352’s VP of Client Strategy, Audrey Sianko, will moderate the panel.

On March 23, 352’s VP of Innovation, Robert Berris, will host a Design Thinking Masterclass at 352’s office in Midtown Atlanta. Robert will lead this immersive half-day design thinking workshop to teach Innov8rs Conference attendees how to efficiently solve problems, uncover opportunities and improve customer experience.

“We’re excited to be part of the Innov8rs conference, and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and perspective with the attendees,” said Robert.


Jen is a bridge between clients and 352 teams—helping to drive client value while ensuring an amazing experience. She meets with clients to deeply understand their overarching challenges and needs and then activates the right 352 team members with the right set of skills, expertise and insights to produce the best results.

A nurturer at heart, she knows how to bring people together to propel innovation, growth and digital development. Recognizing how great 352 does innovation attracted her to the company. She’s worked with several well-known brands to launch and unveil new products. She spent six years working with Coca-Cola on a variety of marketing and branding initiatives and helped Kimberly-Clark reinvent Kleenex tissues by shifting its association with sickness to becoming a symbol of care. She also worked with Verisign to globally reposition four of their top level domains including .com and .net.

She credits her background in theater and English degree from Wofford College for giving her passion and expertise for telling stories that capture humanity—and guiding clients on how to engage an audience through storytelling.

When not working, Jen enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog, Chianti, and attending Atlanta United FC soccer games.