Person-to-Person (P2P) is excited to announce the addition of Darien-resident Jamie Rose to its Board of Directors.

“Having previously served on the OPUS for P2P Board I am thrilled to continue my support of our mission by joining the Person-to-Person Board. I am deeply connected and inspired by our mission to provide help and hope to local families as they move towards financial stability. I look forward to contributing to P2P’s efforts in making a positive impact in the lives of our clients and in building a stronger community.”

Jamie is an experienced consumer business and brand marketer leader with over fifteen years of experience in brand strategy, integrated marketing communications, product innovation, and P&L management.  She has significant global and regional marketing experience across multiple consumer product goods categories, go-to-market channels, and consumer targets. Jamie has both brand development and brand building experiences on regional and global brands and has executed campaigns across all digital, shopper and traditional media. She has worked previously with such companies as Target, Unilever, Dyson, Beam Suntory, PepsiCo and currently Henkel.

Jamie began her career with Target Corporation as part of their analyst program and transitioned into brand management with multiple roles launching Unilever’s Axe brand for the US.   Jamie managed the Jim Beam brand at Beam Suntory driving brand growth through innovation and creative advertising campaigns.  At PepsiCo, Jamie managed the global roll out of the brand, IZZE, successfully launching the brand in 6 regions and 40 countries. Currently, Jamie is responsible for shopper marketing for the Beauty business at Henkel headquartered in Stamford, CT. Jamie is a graduate of Indiana’s Kelley School of Business having earned degrees in marketing and international business.

Jamie relocated to Darien from Chicago with her family in 2016.  She and her husband have three young children aged seven, five and two.  Jamie has volunteered with various organizations in the community and her children’s schools most notably serving on the board of Methodist Family Center Preschool. Jamie began volunteering with OPUS for P2P in 2016 and quickly felt deeply connected to the mission of the organization.  Over the past five years Jamie’s roles within the organization grew from holding various committee positions, to joining the board as head of marketing and most recently as President.