Jacqueline Silseth uses her experience in branding and digital strategy to help clients navigate the digital space, asking the right questions to address problems and create innovative solutions. She oversees digital media programming for many CLS Strategies clients including the Champagne Bureau, U.S.A., the official U.S. representative of the houses and growers of Champagne, France, as well as clients facing litigation, regulatory and reputational challenges.
Prior to joining CLS Strategies, Jacqueline worked for the non-profit TechFreedom, where she managed and promoted a daily podcast, built websites, oversaw social media, designed graphics and established the organization’s branding guide. Prior to that, she was Vice President of Operations at Market Aces, an online marketing and software development firm. She has worked with clients ranging from American automotive companies, national political campaigns, non-government organizations and startups, helping clients to find their core concept and reach their target audiences on and offline.
She obtained a degree in English from St. Cloud State University where she was active in over ten student organizations. During her undergraduate career she served as Volunteer Director for Year of Youth, a non-profit organization empowering youth to run for state and local offices, and was nominated as Student of the Year by an international NGO for her work with the project.