Jana Moore offers exceptional strengths as a planner, editor and writer as well as many years of experience in the media. Her incisive writing and analytical strengths help her distill complex concepts into compelling prose that gives clients a clear voice. Her deep understanding of the Web produces effective sites. And her ability to listen and innovate leads to insightful communications strategies that bring results.
After seven years as an independent marketing consultant and freelance writer, Jana joined Jefferson Foundation as the director of development and alumni communications for Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals. While there, she focused and redesigned the medical school’s alumni magazine to acclaim; established a stewardship system for scholarship donors; project managed a case statement; and substantially raised the quality and strategic components of all communications. She returned to independent consulting in June 2011.
Before starting her own consulting company, Jana worked as a vice president for Steege/Thomson Communications, a Philadelphia firm that specializes in serving large nonprofit organizations. She joined Steege/Thomson after serving as the news editor for The Associated Press’ Pennsylvania operation, overseeing the work of 36 reporters and editors in five bureaus. She started her journalism career at The Dallas Morning News, where she was foreign editor.
Jana's clients have included the Institute of Research and Reform in Education, the Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Auburn University and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Her projects have ranged from developing Web sites to devising communications plans and producing brochures. While she helps determine the best means and messages, writes the text and manages the project, she collaboratres with outside design companies for printed materials and websites.