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Edison Resident, Jessica Leigh Levin, Recognized on Leading Women Entrepreneurs’ List of Top 25 Brand Builders


Seven Degrees Communications’ President and Chief Connector, Jessica Leigh Levin, MBA, CMP, CAE, DES, is one of the 25 hard-working women recognized on Leading Women Entrepreneurs’ (LWE) prestigious Brand Builder list.  Levin received recognition at today’s Leading Women Entrepreneurs Brand Builder luncheon at the Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club in Bedminster Township.  

All women recognized on this admirable list are breaking barriers in the field of public relations, advertising and marketing.  Each are responsible for developing, designing and achieving success with some of the most successful brands thriving in today’s business world.  

“Jessica is a true brand builder and it was a pleasure working with her on the strategic planning of my financial consulting business. If it weren’t for Jessica, Podium Strategies would have been named HK Strategies and she insisted on something punchier,” says Podium Strategies CEO, Howard Konicov. 

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Linda Wellbrock, Founder of the Leading Women Entrepreneurs, says, “The honorees are amazing role models for women in entrepreneurship and business everywhere.  Their tremendous accomplishments are representative of the increasing impact women are making in the world of business.”

“It is a true honor to be named on this esteemed list alongside so many talented NJ-based Marketing and Public Relation experts, including Joan McGeough of The DAK Group and Meg Fry of NJBiz,” says Levin.

The full list and biography of the 25 honorees can be found in the original Leading Women Entrepreneurs press release.    

Leading Women Entrepreneurs also recognized 25 professionals on the Top 25 Women Entrepreneurs list and the Top 25 Intrapreneurs list.

Leading Women Entrepreneurs was founded to acknowledge female, business owners who exhibit outstanding performance in market potential, innovation, community involvement and advocacy for women.  Learn more about their mission here

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