Jennifer Horn-Frasier of Bluebird Sky strategy consultancy helps people, organizations, and coalitions tackle challenging problems, quickly form collaborative networks, and get to where they want to be. Equally at home in established systems and in startups, with the big picture and the details, and with structure and ambiguity, Jennifer is a skilled problem solver and facilitator.
Jennifer became a Strategic Doing™ practitioner in 2019, a Certified Workshop Leader in 2020, and a Strategic Doing Fellow in 2022. She guides groups using Strategic Doing to address a broad range of problems, such as regional opioid abuse issues, the future of a community pantry, establishing a new multidisciplinary research center at a state university, and much more. She is available to lead the 2.5-day Strategic Doing practitioner training.
Prior to founding Bluebird Sky, Jennifer held roles including director of strategy and programs to launch and operationalize the brand-new ACT Foundation; director of marketing and communications with ACT, Inc.; product development and program manager for a suite of tests measuring workplace English communication skills for an international market; director of strategic partnerships for ACT, Inc.; workforce development research program manager; and junior high and high school language arts teacher.
For fun Jennifer rides bicycles on gravel, dirt, pavement, and snow; plays bass guitar, sings, and occasionally plays flute in various bands; writes poems and stories; volunteers in her community; and goes on adventures with friends and family.