Jennifer Ogunsola is a writer, storyteller, speaker, master connector, and communications professional born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Currently based in Atlanta, Georgia, she serves as the Communications Manager for the world’s busiest and most efficient airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
With over 15 years of experience in television, radio, print journalism, public relations and marketing, Jennifer has worked for companies such as BET Networks and Radio One, Inc., and for previous mayors of Baltimore and Atlanta, respectively.
Jennifer is the creator of Story to Tell Project, and her editorial work, which focuses on lifestyle, wellness, news, entertainment and career, has appeared in ESSENCE, ABC News, Good Morning America, REVOLT, Black Enterprise, theRoot.com, Brooklyn Magazine, Bitter Southerner, Upscale Magazine, and many others. She’s also written shows for BET Networks.
Dedicated to sharing what she knows about the art of writing and storytelling with others, Jennifer became an adjunct professor at Goucher College where she taught communications courses in the Master of Arts in Management program. Always looking to build in her field with like-minded women, Jennifer served as the the first executive director of the Atlanta chapter of ColorComm: Women of Color in Communications, an essential membership organization for women of color in all areas of communications.
In 2019, Jennifer created #IamHERbaltimore, a multi-generational gathering of Baltimore’s black women and girls dedicated to forming a stronger sisterhood. Through various forms of programming, #IamHERbaltimore aims to spark the open, honest, and difficult conversations needed to create radical change and begin building a better, brighter, and stronger Baltimore.
Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and political science from Temple University and a master’s degree in communications from the University of Baltimore.Check out some of her latest work here.