Jennifer Amdur Spitz is founder and principal of Amdur Spitz & Associates, Inc., a full-service public relations and strategic communications agency.

Jennifer is a top-level strategist and enjoys working with entrepreneurial businesses and non-profit organizations to define, launch and grow their brands. Jennifer works closely with clients to create and implement communications, marketing and partnership strategies that help clients establish and grow their businesses. Her areas of expertise include; education, technology, food, energy, arts and culture, healthcare and land use planning.

Jennifer is a frequent public speaker on the art of making digital media that engages audiences and motivates social impacts. She is highly regarded for her ability to combine traditional public relations strategies with cutting-edge social media, video, event marketing and content marketing strategies to move opinions and shape decisions.

Jennifer is co-producer of the award-winning feature documentary film, Food Patriots, and author of Urban Network: Museums Embracing Communities.

Prior to starting the agency in 1992, Jennifer worked nine years in government, corporate and nonprofit communications. She held the following positions: Chief, Office of Communications for the Illinois Department of Public Aid, 1988 – 1992; Account Executive in consumer marketing at Burson-Marsteller, Chicago; and Director of Communications and Development at the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities. She began her career in public relations, working with several nonprofit arts organizations.