Knowledge Management & Communications Analyst
Adam Jennison is a Knowledge Management & Communications Analyst in The Cloudburst Group’s Global Development practice area. His current projects include developing communications products for USAID’s Global Environmental Management Support (GEMS) II Project; developing a content strategy and conducting an audit of three key sections of the GSA website for their Web Content Services Project; and crafting and disseminating communications products based on research concerning democracy, human rights, and governance under USAID’s Learning Evaluation and Research (LER) II Project.
Mr. Jennison’s responsibilities include implementing and maintaining Cloudburst knowledge management systems, creating targeted email campaigns, managing the launch and development of project websites and social media accounts, and advancing broader strategic planning and decision making for communications projects.
Prior to joining The Cloudburst Group, Mr. Jennison completed his Masters in Intercultural and International Communications from American University’s School of International Service. While there, he focused on the intersection of East Asian geopolitics and using digital communications to advance U.S. public diplomacy efforts. He has experience living and working in Japan, where he did two years of English teaching at the junior high school level in the small city of Tottori through the Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program. In addition, he has previous internship experience with the Department of State, the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, and U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services.
In His Own Words
“Effective communication rests on being able to filter out the noise, being able to distill a conversation or connection down to the essentials, without jeopardizing culture or context. This is an ongoing and important challenge.”