Jen Wolfe began speaking to boards and facilitating digital disruption workshops in response to market demands to integrate an understanding of future digital trends, cybersecurity, and the future of work into the boardroom. She recently released her fifth book, Disruption in the Boardroom, with research and analysis of future best practices for board governance of disruptive forces and a new 360 approach to board effectiveness.
Jen is the CEO of Dot Brand 360, an agency and registrar specializing in C-suite- digital strategy for the next generation of the Internet. She has served as the managing partner of a prominent intellectual-property law firm—Wolfe, Sadler, Breen, Morasch, and Colby—ranked in the top seventy-five patent-law firms in the country by IP Today. Her team focuses on studying digital patents and other signals to predict future trends. Jen brings a unique perspective working with boards as an expert in corporate governance, entrepreneur, technologist, author, thought leader, and seasoned attorney. en has served as an independent director of privately held companies, an investor-director of tech start-up companies, and in leadership roles in global policy-making organizations, as well as non-profits.
Jen is a proud stepmother and mother to four children. She and her husband, Robert, live in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Both lifelong entrepreneurs as empty-nesters, they envisioned, developed, and own an 11,000-square-foot five-star luxury day spa (www.whispercreekspa.com) in the growing Bluffton, SC market.
Just a few of the clients she has served include Microsoft, Nestlé, Kroger, Richemont, Procter & Gamble, Scripps Networks Interactive, Kroger, Duke Energy, SAS, Kraft Foods, Luxottica, and others.