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April Spotlight: Jennifer Moriarty

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Jennifer Moriarty is our SVPSA Partner Spotlight and our “Shout Out” for April. Not only is Jennifer the current Chairman of the Board for SVPSA, she has been selected by the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce to receive the “Brenda V. Johnson Award for Small Business Leader of the Year” !!!

Congratulations Jennifer!  She will be honored at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Tribute to Women Business Leaders Luncheon on June 21, 2018. Each year, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and Ford Motor Company celebrate women business leaders who are making a difference in San Antonio. These women exemplify business practices and principles that are championed by Ford Motor Company and the San Antonio Chamber.  Our Board Chairman, Jennifer Moriarty, certainly does exemplify the very best.

Jennifer is the Principal/Owner of Moriarty Consulting Group in San Antonio, Texas. Jennifer works with a variety of organizations providing planning and facilitation services that engages the wisdom of the group, moving them to actions that maximize their resources and affirms their commitment.  Her services include: focus groups, training of various types, strategic planning, consensus building workshops, action planning and operational/implementation strategies. How lucky SVPSA is to have a Partner with these credentials and even more fortunate that Jennifer would accept the challenge of Board Chair in the infancy of the San Antonio SVP affiliate.

Jennifer’s career spans almost three decades of community commitment to San Antonio.  From her service at USAA as a Community Investment Administrator to her ten years of Community Development Service at Wells Fargo, and opening her own business in 2011.  Her client list is like the “Who’s Who” of community groups, nonprofits and various foundations.  Her talent extends into the private sector providing board governance training to corporate executives.

When asked why Jennifer wanted to be an SVP Partner, she said:

“The opportunity to work side by side with like-minded individuals that were willing to invest their own time, talent and financial resources is a dream come true. I enjoy learning from my fellow Partners and my community. And, I have an opportunity to leverage my own lived experiences and offer my skills to lift up and celebrate organizations addressing our communities most compelling challenges. Recognizing the force of our combined efforts and energy is truly inspiring.”

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