Jenna Isaacson Pfueller is a proud Midwesterner, handmade crafter, brand storyteller, visual communicator, graphic designer, marketer, admitted thrift store addict and license plate collector, now living and working in Portland, Maine.
A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism, she worked in the news industry for 10 years, doing everything from writing obituaries to photographing a Superbowl. Her newspaper career included stints at the Salt Lake Tribune, St. Joseph News-Press, the Columbia Daily Tribune and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
More recently she worked as an assistant photo editor for AARP Media, a brand storyteller, designer, and digital marketer for Goodwill Northern New England, and currently works design, marketing, website and branding magic for designer Angela Adams, a luxury textile and furniture design studio. Jenna as a passion for sustainability, connecting like-minded people, and community development.
She fancies herself a decent cook, an okay mom, a subversive crafter and overall good human.