Jenny Daughters brings years of experience and proven business acumen to every client engagement, lending her expertise and proven ability to develop creative, on-strategy solutions. In her role as lead designer for the Thomson Reuters account at Cleveland Design, Jenny has served as a consultant for the Thomson Reuters brand team, partnering with Interbrand and Ogilvy & Mather to develop fresh approaches for implementing the Thomson Reuters brand across a wide range of integrated communications for global markets. Her dedication to excellence has been further recognized through her participation in Thomson Reuters Brand Panels, where she played a vital role in guiding employees’ implementation of the brand, ensuring consistent and impactful messaging across the organization.
Jenny’s remarkable talent extends beyond her work with Thomson Reuters, as she has also demonstrated a strategic focus in her collaborations with other esteemed clients at Cleveland Design, including Clarivate and Integreon. Notably, in 2023, Jenny showcased her creative prowess by leading the design of the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Graduate School View Book and associated collateral. Moreover, she made a significant impact as the judge, lead designer, and creative director for the book “Designing for the Greater Good – The Best of Cause-related Marketing and Nonprofit Design,” published by Harper Collins.
In addition to her impressive professional achievements, Jenny’s global awareness is greatly enriched by her valuable experience in Europe. Having spent a year teaching graphic design and photography at Studio Arts Center International (SACI) in Florence, Italy, she gained valuable cross-cultural insights and honed her ability to connect with diverse audiences. Furthermore, Jenny continues to share her knowledge and expertise as a distinguished guest lecturer at Parsons The New School for Design in New York. Her exemplary work has not gone unnoticed, being featured in a variety of renowned publications, solidifying her reputation as a leading figure in the creative design industry.