Jackie Scott

Jackie Scott joined the Rutgers Center for Management Development in January, 2011.

She is a passionate, award winning  marketing  professional with over 20 years experience developing creative and innovative solutions for such companies as AT&T, Volvo, Lucent Technologies, Vestibular Technologies, County Inns Magazine, the American Heart Association, the United Way and many more.  She has managed high profile programs and corporate events such as the AT&T  Quality Conference, The AT&T Presidents Club Annual Sales recognition event, the Lucent Technologies Annual Patent Awards, the American Heart Associations Central New Jersey Heart Walk and the annual United Way Business Volunteer Council event.

She has been recognized as a leader in the field of marketing by being awarded over 25 industry awards including several Gold medals from the Art Directors Club of NJ,  Impact awards from the Business Marketing Association of NJ and the prestigious  “Circle of Innovation” honor from Lucent Technologies for achieving superior business results.  In addition to receiving numerous professional awards, her work has been prominently featured  in the following publications; Design NJ Magazine, The Bergen Record, The Courier News and Hunterdon County magazine. 

In 2010, she completed the Rutgers Mini-MBA program in Social Media Marketing to broaden her knowledge and expand her skill set.  She launched “Niceworknj – Social Media for Non Profit Organizations”  in late 2010 to assist corporations, non-profit organizations and professionals with digital marketing, community impact and resource development strategies.


One Response to Jackie Scott

  1. Linda says:

    I never realized how far you’ve come since we left Lucent. You have really done so well. I wish I could claim the same. You should be very proud! You have my complete admiration.
    BTW, Your article was beautiful, I do hope things turn out OK. I never knew that about your Sister. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m sure she’s with you and so very proud of her “little” sister.

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