Speaker, Consultant, Writer


Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Area and Virtual Speaker

Social Media:
How to Market Your Small Business

101 Ways to Promote Yourself on Social Media

Workshop/Keynote Topic - Marketing to Millennials

Workshop/Keynote Topic - Engaging Millennials

Workshop/Keynote Topic - Recruiting and Retaining Millennials

Higher Education:
Using Social Media to Engage Students

Retention and Technology Tips and Hacks

About Edwards...
Jennifer T. Edwards is a speaker, consultant, and writer focused on social media, millennials, and higher education. Her blogs are: "A Millennial Professor's View of Higher Education" and "Weekends Count".

She is an Associate Professor of Communication and Assistant Vice-President for Student Success and Multicultural Initiatives at Tarleton State University. As AVP for SSMI, she is responsible for the following areas: Academic Advising Center and Career Services, Academic Resource Center, Center for Academic Readiness and Success, Center for Assessment and Academic Testing, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, International Programs, and Upward Bound. Edwards is also the leader of the Re-Imaging the First-Year Experience initiative (RFY@Tarleton), the co-lead for the implementation of the Student Success Collaborative (SSC@Tarleton), and the First-Year Seminar.

On a state level, she serves as a Faculty Fellow for Association of American Colleges and Universities - Liberal Education and America’s Promise in Texas. On a national level, she serves as a Social Sciences Councilor with the Council on Undergraduate Research. Edwards has published over 30 articles and presented over 50 conference presentations.

Edwards contributed over 50 publications and presentations in the communication and higher education research fields. She enjoys engaging students from all backgrounds in high-impact learning experiences (especially undergraduate research) in the classroom and the Texas Social Media Research Institute.

254-307-1375       jennifertedwards@gmail.com       @drjtedwards

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