CEO, Dot Brand 360
Jen Wolfe is an entrepreneur, author, digital leader and global IP strategist. She has written a series of highly acclaimed books, Digital in the Boardroom, Brand Rewired and Domain Names Rewired, endorsed by senior executives from Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, General Electric, Warner Brothers, the Motion Picture Association of America, Scripps Networks Interactive, Corporate Governance Solutions and Uber as cutting-edge thinking about the future of brands and the impact of the changing internet landscape. She has written a regular column in Click Z and Search Engine Watch on digital marketing and SEO.
Jen is the CEO of Dot Brand 360, an agency specializing in board and C-suite- digital strategy for the next generation of the Internet to bolster security, data, and user experiences across digital, legal and technical operations. She has served on the GNSO Council of ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) and has a deep understanding of global internet policy. Jen founded and grew Wolfe, Sadler, Breen, Morasch & Colby into the largest woman owned intellectual property law firm in the U.S., which was recently named one of the top 75 patent law firms in the country by IP Today. Jen has invested in tech start ups and served as the first female President of the Greater Cincinnati Venture Capital Association. She earned a black belt in six sigma process improvement and is nationally accredited in public relations by the Public Relations Society of America. She is certified as a Cybersecurity Oversight Expert by the National Association of Corporate Directors & Carnegie Mellon’s Software Engineering Institute.
Jen has been named as one of the top IP Strategists in the world by IAM Magazine based in London for more than four years in a row. She graduated from Harvard Law School’s Post Graduate program in negotiation and dispute resolution and the Stanford Law School Director’s College Executive Education. She holds a Juris Doctorate and Master’s Degree in Organizational Communication and Behavior from the University of Cincinnati.
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