“Innovation is a big part of the value we bring. Seeing is believing, and we pride ourselves in using technology and other tools in new ways to help communities and prospects see their potential.”
As Support Services Manager for Georgia Power’s Community & Economic Development organization, Jennifer Zeller directs the engineering, research and creative teams that support business recruitment, expansion and retention initiatives, and the department’s work in helping communities prepare for growth. Jennifer is also responsible for the Georgia Experience Center, a world-renowned multimedia facility created as a place to work toward strategic location decisions. A self-proclaimed "data nerd", Jennifer is passionate about every aspect of support her team provides to statewide projects, and her leadership encourages both individual and team growth in the organization.
Formerly Vice President of Research for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, where she worked for more than 10 years, Jennifer joined the Georgia Power team in 2007. Before her time at MAC, she worked for the Lee County, Florida Office of Economic Development.
Jennifer serves on the boards of the federal Workforce Information Advisory Council (WIAC) and is the Chair of the Council for Community & Economic Research (C2er). She is a member of the National Association of Business Economics and serves on the Brand Awareness Committee of the Technology Association of Georgia. Jennifer holds a Bachelors degree, concentrated in Economics and Political Science from Florida State University. She also received a certificate in economic development and Web design from Georgia Tech.
Originally from Toronto, Jennifer resides in the City of Atlanta with her family. She enjoys spending time in the North Georgia mountains and is a big Harry Potter fan.