In this role, Harmon has guided the organization to rebuild its communication platforms, elevate the experience of sponsored events and trainings, and reestablish a public profile, which got a jump-start during the bomb threat crisis that endangered the JCC Movement in 2017. Along with her team, she provides creative direction for the JCC Movement brand identity, and supporting tools and training for JCC marketing professionals.
As an award-winning creative director, Harmon’s brand repertoire included: Food Network, Cooking Channel, Showtime Networks, and Sundance. At Food Network she oversaw rebrands for the network, consumer product lines, digital platforms, top talent recipe books, high profile events, and all on-air, off-channel, and out-of-home promotion, leading the channel to its top-10 network status, and helped launch Cooking Channel. Prior to joining JCC Association, she consulted privately with a host of CPG brands, digital marketing teams, and tech start-ups, offering expertise in branding, design, and promotion.
Raised in Montréal, Canada, she attended Dawson CEGEP’s rigorous fine arts program, concluding her formal education at Savannah College of Art & Design from which she earned a master’s degree in fine arts with a focus on computer arts, visual design, and art history.