Jacqueline StrayerAdjunct Assistant Professor
Jacqueline Strayer is a communication and marketing thought leader, consultant, educator and arts and cultural enthusiast. She served as an elected officer of three global publicly traded Fortune 500 companies overseeing marketing and communications. Her industry experience spans medical device, diversified industrials, technology, financial services, consulting and distribution. She is a faculty member in graduate and executive programs at New York University and Columbia University.
She consults with clients on a wide range of marketing, public relations and communications practice areas. Notably she created the first communications and training program to address sexual harassment in the workplace in the United States. She writes about contemporary issues and their relationship to the marketing and public relations practice.
Among the numerous awards she has received include the Points of Light award from General Colin Powell for her work in Corporate Social Responsibility and twice received the “Best in Class” award from U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley.
She holds an MPS from the Tisch School of the Arts, Graduate Division of Film and Television, New York University, a BA from the University of Connecticut in economics and political science and has completed all coursework towards a doctorate in organizational leadership. She has spent her life advancing the arts, serving on boards of film festivals, public television and radio stations and the performing arts. Among the thousands of people from throughout the world she has interviewed on film include Heads of State, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer, Tony, Olivier, Golden Globe, Emmy and Oscar awardees and Hall of Famers. She has published dozens of articles on a wide array of topics, is currently writing her first book and has plans to produce a documentary film in 2019. She believes everyone has a great story to tell.