- Big Click Syndicate LLCStrategic Communications Consulting, present
- Big Click Syndicate LLCMarketing Guru, Godvertiser, present
Kendrick (Kenny) Jahng brings to the table significant
experience in technology marketing & communications. His passion
for creating persuasive marketing is seen in his work as a online
marketing strategist; Currently specializing in digital engagement advisory including social media strategy, search engine marketing (PPC, CPA, SEO, SEM) and e-commerce consulting,
Big Click Syndicate LLC has created and managed performance-based
marketing campaigns promoting brands such as Redeemer City to City, Bethany Christian Services, The Wall Street
Journal, The NY Times, Upromise, Kodak and more.
He can also be found on staff as media & innovation pastor at Liquid Church, one of NJ's fastest growing multi-site churches. His work involves the intersection of faith and technology regarding one of the world's first fully interactive online church campuses as well as digital community engagement for the TGIF generation (Twitter, Google, iPad, Facebook) across the social web.
Previously, Kenny led brand strategy at Spydre LLC, a start-up virtual
incubation group with offices in Boston, NY, Ireland & Latin
America; served as VP of Marketing for The People Business Network; VP
of marketing for mobile SMS content management company Wallaware Inc;
and was part of Pfizer's post-launch team for the Viagra brand --
managing indirect-to-consumer marketing / public relations programs
globally. His background also includes traditional advertising agency
account management, strategy for new product launches and outplacement
training & recruiting. He has delivered results for clients
including Medic Software, QSP America, Seer Technologies, Silicon
Graphics, and Visix Software. In addition, he was responsible for
creating and growing SprintPCS New York office's second largest B2B
account concurrently with his graduate academic studies.
Mr. Jahng holds an MBA in entreprenurial management and strategic marketing from Columbia Business School, where he served as President of the Graduate Business Association, President of his academic cluster and created the first MBA student resource website. Additionally, he holds an M. Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. His BA in economics was earned at Duke University. He currently serves as VoIP category editor dfor the Open Directory Project (Dmoz.org) as well as VP of Communications for The Pingry School PSPA.
- Duke University
- Columbia Business School
- The Theological School at Drew University
- Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
- Princeton Theological Seminary