A leader in enterprise digital strategy and transformation, Jacob Korenblum has over 15 years of experience designing and delivering marketing, communications, and business development plans for Fortune 500 and public sector brands. Holding executive leadership and advisory positions across North America, the Middle East, and Africa, Jacob Korenblum has provided strategic guidance to organizations that range from the global telecoms industry association, also known as the GSMA, to agencies of the United Nations. He has also helped leading public sector organizations launch global marketing and communications campaigns to raise awareness about key humanitarian issues, from famine in the Horn of Africa to the Syrian refugee crisis.
Jacob Korenblum’s work as a digital thought leader has been featured in, and profiled by, 20+ leading media outlets, including the New York Times, CNBC, MIT Innovations Journal and Forbes. He holds a master’s degree in International Education Policy from Harvard University, where he was also a Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation fellow. Korenblum completed his BA in International Relations at the University of Toronto. A fluent French speaker, he also holds a certificate of proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic from the Arabic Language Institute of Fes in Morocco.