Jennifer Bulotti is a leader in marketing, public relations, and communications. More so, she is passionate about combatting sex trafficking and pursuing justice. She has applied her many years of experience serving corporate and other clients, to creating an organization and a brand that is focused on addressing the injustice of sex trafficking.
As the president of Stryker-Munley Group Sacramento, Jennifer provides strategic counsel to Stryker-Munley Group marketing, PR and communications clients. Stryker-Munley Group is a national agency representing leading marketing professionals from across the country who represent top clients in a wide range of industries. Offices are strategically located in New York, St. Louis, New Jersey, Silicon Valley, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas and Sacramento.
Jennifer’s academic and professional experiences have equipped her for high level communications and PR expertise. Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s in Organizational Communications, and a Master’s in Public Administration. Her professional experiences that range from creating and executing corporate branding, PR, community engagement and marketing strategies, to providing counsel on leadership positioning and philanthropic initiatives. Jennifer has worked on behalf of companies in the high tech, biotech, investment services, entertainment, healthcare, insurance, and hospitality industries, as well as celebrities. In addition to extensive private sector experience, Jennifer has also supported statewide and local public information and involvement campaigns.
Jennifer brings her expertise to another significant role – as CEO of 3Strands Shop (www.3StrandsShop.com), a California-based company and accessory brand dedicated to combating human trafficking through sustainable employment initiatives. 3 Strands employs survivors and those at risk for human trafficking. Through this work, Jennifer co-founded 3Strands Global Foundation, a non-profit fighting human trafficking through education and employment initiatives. In these capacities, Jennifer helps lead the organizations in efforts to increase awareness, funding and engagement for the issue globally.
Jennifer’s key role is establishing partnerships to further the fight against human trafficking around the world, but she is also at the forefront of developing and supporting prevention education programs in schools, rescue and recovery efforts, restoration of victims, and employment for survivors. Jennifer has developed an Advisory Council, bringing together global thought leaders to create a world free from modern day slavery.
Although a significant amount of her work is global, most recently she helped initiate what became AB 1227 in California, a bill signed into law by Governor Brown mandating prevention education to fight human trafficking in grades 5-11 in California (other states are considering adoption). She also helped create an employment program for survivors of human trafficking in collaboration with the Kings Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, working alongside a multi-disciplinary team of partners and sponsors.
Jennifer extends her advocacy for justice through a number of organizations and issues. She currently sits on the Agape International Missions (AIM) Board, a global leader in trafficking prevention, rescue, restoration and reintegration initiatives, and on the marketing and fundraising committees for Hands4Hope, a Northern California organization dedicated to inspiring and empowering youth in leadership and service. Jennifer is also committed to the advancement of women’s issues and women in business and is a member of the National Association of Professional Women.
Through her many other roles and commitments, Jennifer Bulotti has effectively communicated her passion for addressing sex trafficking, and has inspired many to pursue justice locally and globally.