Marketing, Consultant, and Public Speaker in Los Angeles, California

Jennifer Sullivan is an award-winning brand visionary and futurist with decades of experience developing integrated marketing programs, merchandise licensing programs, trend reporting and forecasting, strategic planning, entertainment partnerships, music licensing, and high-impact retail promotions.

Over the past 20 years, Jennifer has worked with a wide range of companies from emerging brands to the world's largest retail, entertainment, technology and packaged goods companies.

Jennifer's has created and executed marketing programs for brands including McDonald's, Intel, Logitech, Burger King, Kellogg's, MillerCoors, El Silencio Mezcal, Keds, Vivendi Universal Games, Hasbro, Kraft Foods, Toys "R" Us, UBS, and many others.

She has also developed global licensing and merchandising programs for art and lifestyle-based brands and music artists including Paul Frank Industries, Demi Lovato, Emily the Strange, Sony Music Nashville, and (EKOCYCLE).

In November 2010, Jennifer joined Los Angeles-based strategic innovations company memBrain LLC as President.

In her leadership role at memBrain, Jennifer founded and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the monthly emerging music magazine, "The STORM Report." memBrain produces STORM events on behalf of clients at conferences including CES, Cannes Lions, San Diego Comic-Con, and SXSW and also curates a monthly event futurism series for the Soho House West Hollywood across a broad range of topics - from blockchain to video gaming, from food to emerging technologies.

An award-winning brand marketer and frequent music industry collaborator, Jennifer was as a 2016 recipient the T.J. Martell Foundation's "Women of Influence" Award for her achievements in the music industry.

Jennifer is a frequent keynote speaker and panelist for conferences throughout the world on marketing strategy, brand development, entertainment marketing, and artist and brand partnerships.

A former opera singer, music educator, and avid pop culture junkie, Jennifer's passions include live music, tiki culture, film & television, and great design.

Jennifer belongs to Women in Toys and Women in Technology International and is on the leadership board of Playcon, the Toy Industry Associations bi-annual conference. Jennifer also serves on the West Coast Advisory Board of Dress For Success as well as the TJ Martell Foundation.

  • Work
    • memBrain LLC
  • Education
    • Freedom Area Senior High School
    • Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
    • Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
    • Carnegie Mellon University