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Shaker Expands Team with Jennifer Wason as Communications Specialist

by Joseph Murphy

Shaker announced that Jennifer Wason has joined the innovative company as communications specialist. In her role, Wason will be responsible for providing quality oversight on the technical writing and documentation for the company’s Virtual Job Tryout solutions.

“Jennifer is a great discovery who clearly stood out among the candidates we considered. She brings a unique and highly developed mix of expertise and experiences that will allow her to contribute across a range of projects and workflows,” said Joseph P. Murphy, Shaker executive vice president.

With a strong editing and technical background, Wason will utilize her journalistic experience to create user guides, technical manuals, newsletters, case studies, and articles for Shaker. Working with internal Shaker teams and external client teams, Wason will ensure that clients have the information they need to take full advantage of their Shaker solutions. Overall, her highly developed research and planning skills, as well as her deep IT and database experience, position her to excel in this new role.

Wason commented, “Shaker’s entrepreneurial heart remains the source of its ability to find innovative solutions to demanding problems. An energetic commitment to successful customer outcomes is evident in every single person on the roster. I look forward to joining and supporting this growing team of first-rate professionals doing some of the best work in the industry.”

Prior to joining Shaker, Wason served in several strategic editorial and research positions at prominent organizations such as Webster’s New World, Case Western Reserve University, TMW Systems, and Management Reports International. She began her journalism career as a staff writer for The Daily Record in Wooster, Ohio, and also wrote for the gourmet food magazine epicurious. A graduate of Kenyon College, Wason earned a master’s degree in library and information science from Kent State University.