My name is Jenny Frazier. I am a global digital strategist with over 15 years experience using social media and the web to build digital relationships both personally and professionally. I’ve developed & led global multi-channel digital communications strategies for a wide range of clients across higher education, hospitality, design & lifestyle brands with extensive experience in highly regulated industries including finance and pharma/biotech.

Currently, I’m the Head of Social Media and Digital Communications at Shire. I work to extend, launch, and drive engagement of Shire’s corporate social media channels, supporting Shire’s innovation, thought leadership, and dedication to enabling people with life-altering conditions lead better lives.

Prior to my time at Shire, I worked in Public Affairs at Cubist Pharmaceuticals handling Global Digital and Integrated Communications. There I partnered with colleagues in the development and implementation of integrated communications plans and programs with a focus on digital communications (web/social), advertising, sponsorship/events and executive communications initiatives. I also spent four years at Harvard Business School where I managed a number of digital initiatives & ran the social media program. In addition to web project management and production, I oversaw 40 social media managers on campus, chaired the Social Media Managers Group at the Business School, and was part of several committees and groups on main Harvard campus including the committee to create Harvard’s Social Media Policy. For a full list of the HBS social media channels I managed, click here.

Prior to my time at HBS, I worked for the Boston Convention Marketing Center as the primary internal design resource for all collateral, e-marketing and event materials. I also developed their digital media marketing plan and established the online social media presence for the AdvantageBOSTON brand.

In addition to my day job, I’ve worked as a consultant to several local and national companies across a variety of industries and provided support in a number of areas from brainstorming, brand/identity development and design, print and web design, photography, as well as digital media strategies and implementation.

Outside of work, I’m all over the place. I took up cycling a couple years ago and absolutely adore it. I love to travel and in the past couple of years I’ve hit France, Russia, Canada, Finland, Sweden, Mexico, Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland and The Netherlands. I am itching to get on a plane again soon.

For more information about this site and the hardware and software it takes to create it, see below. If you’re just looking for some more candid info, feel free to follow me on Twitter, check out my infographic or read 20 facts about me.


JennyFrazier.com & AllEyesOnJenny.com*
I’ve been blogging on a variety of sites since 1998 (even thought we didn’t call it ‘blogging’ back then), and making my mark on AllEyesonJenny & JennyFrazier.com since 2004. (*Note: I retired AllEyesOnJenny in 2011.) Today JennyFrazier.com serves as homebase to find me all over the web: blog, portfolio, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.

JennyFrazier.com & AllEyesOnJenny.com are hosted by Lunarpages.

This site and any photographs that appear here have been coded or edited on my iMac or my MacBook Pro. All of my photographs that appear on the site were taken with my Nikon D80, my Canon Elph, my iPad, or, most likely, my iPhone 6.

This site is run on WordPress. I use about a dozen different widgets and plugins (and a hefty amount of theme hacking) to make this baby run. I use Adobe Illustrator for all my vector work. For photographs, I edit using a combo of desktop programs and apps which include Adobe Photoshop, Instagram, VSCO cam, Camera+, Diptic, CameraBag & TiltShift Generator.

Fine Print
JennyFrazier.com & AllEyesOnJenny.com are (c) 2004 – 2016 by me, Jenny Frazier, with all rights reserved. Do not steal any of the written contents or the design! If you like something you see here, just drop me an email. I’ll probably help you out. I’m a nice girl.