Dr. Jean K. Wilcox
Dr. Jean Wilcox is one of the founding partners of CattLeLogos Brand
Management Systems. Jean is recognized for her talent to envision the big
picture and to communicate it clearly, and visually, to any type of
organization. Clients value her unique combination of technical, marketing,
communication, and design skills, her practical approach to problems, and
her ability to "get things done."
Jean has been cited over the years for her ability to work across functionality and cross culturally having particularly strong connections
in Japan where she has built lasting relationships with Japanese business colleagues in addition to developing a sense of Japanese design elements.
Jean is also a dynamic
speaker on a variety of topics around branding, leadership, and cross
cultural communications. She has won high praise for her presentation skills and been told that she "plays PowerPoint like a piano!"
A rare mix of scientist, artist and musician, Jean has a gift for color and design. She has been active in both developing and using
computer graphics for over 20 years. Jean earned a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago.
Prior to CattLeLogos
Jean began her career as a Technical Specialist at Xerox where she
managed several research projects. However, she soon realized that
what she liked best about her job was talking and writing about the process,
not working in the lab. She discovered that she had a knack for translating technical concepts into language that was understood by non-technical people.
Most recently Jean was VP of Marketing and Product Development for SEAL
Graphics, a $250M division of Hunt Manufacturing Corporation. In this role created a simplified and
focused brand strategy that eliminated redundant resources as well as market confusion resulting from multiple product brands.
Prior to Hunt, Jean was Executive Director of Web Sites and Brand Management at Telcordia Technologies, Inc. (formerly known as Bellcore)
and was a team leader in the company's name change and rebranding effort.