Jennifer Sosin, Chief Research Strategist

Jennifer Sosin is Chief Research Strategist for Weber Shandwick and KRC Research. With over 25 years of strategic research experience, Jennifer is responsible for designing research to inform strategy, and for making sure that both research and strong strategic thinking are embedded in messaging and communications plans. She has particular expertise in corporate and public affairs, working with clients who must manage controversies, communicate about complex issues, or rebuild damaged reputations.

While Jennifer’s work has spanned many issues and industries around the globe, she has particular depth of expertise in healthcare, food, agriculture and financial services. She also maintains a strong focus on work with non-profit and government organizations, particularly on issues concerning health, global development, and education.

While based in Washington, Ms. Sosin’s work is often global. She has deep experience in designing both research and messaging that crosses borders, and she divides her time between Washington and global travel, including frequent visits to London, where she has lived.

To all her work, Ms. Sosin brings the skills and perspective of political campaigns. Prior to joining KRC Research, Ms. Sosin was a principal in a leading U.S. political polling firm, where she worked with candidates for every level of state and federal office, as well as a wide range of non-profits, associations, foundations, labor unions, and advocacy organizations.

Ms. Sosin holds a master’s degree in political science from Yale University and a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College.