As president of McCauley Logue Communications, Jennifer Logue employs her 20-plus years of broad-based communications experience to help clients expand their influence, amplify their impact and achieve their marketing goals. Her extensive communications experience includes writing for a daily newspaper, editing a quarterly journal and managing communications activities for a number of respected organizations. Companies that have benefited from Jennifer’s services include public broadcasting leader WGBH, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts, Phoenix International Publishing, the Housing Partnership Network, Hospitality Mutual Insurance and PBS’s respected investigative journalism series, Frontline.
Active in her local community, Jennifer served on the Quincy High School Siting Commission, the Quincy Tourism Advisory Council and the Mayor’s Leadership Council on Homelessness. She is a member and past president of the Quincy Lions Club, a former Registrar of Voters and a member of the South Shore Women’s Business Network.