AbstoneLalley
Professionals
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Jason Wrenn, MBA

Role: Business Development & Client Relations Manager

Expertise: New business development; client retention; relationship building 

Alma Mater: George Washington University (MBA),
Howard University (BA )

In his spare time: Working out, studying genealogy, and reading.

Contact:
(703) 981-7562 - Direct
jwrenn@abstonelalley.com

 

Mr. Wrenn is the Business Development & Client Relations Manager for AbstoneLalley, Inc. He is responsible for developing new business for the law firm consulting and corporate consulting divisions. He excels in building new connections, while fostering and strengthening current client relationships.

 

Prior to joining AbstoneLalley, Mr. Wrenn served as the Director of Business Development for Jacobs Eye, LLC, a marketing communications agency. While there, he was responsible for setting a strategic direction for the firm’s state, local, and education (SLED) goals. He also established a professional service delivery model and proposal management process to support new business for the firm. Previously, Mr. Wrenn worked as a Senior Business Development Consultant for Federal Occupational Health, where he was tasked with promoting and growing the organization's portfolio through regular customer interaction and promotion of the shared services business model.

 

Jason believes that family and community involvement are as important as business. For this reason, he has served as a Mentor and member of the Board of Directors of the Trinity Volunteer Corporation (TVC). This organization provides young adults with an opportunity to live together in a community while working full-time for justice and advocacy, and peace and independence through service with local social service agencies in the greater Washington, D.C. area.

 

Mr. Wrenn holds an MBA in Marketing from The George Washington University, School of Business and Public Management. He also received an academic scholarship from Howard University, where he graduated Cum Laude.

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