2017 Greater Phoenix Heart Ball
Jennifer Moser, Vice-Chair
Rose Moser Allyn Public and Online Relations
Jennifer Moser has been on the Heart Ball committee since 2009. She has served as chair and co-chair of numerous Heart Ball committees, and is honored to be vice-chair for Phoenix Heart Ball 2017. She was raised in Texas, moved to San Diego briefly and then to Phoenix in 1991. Her mother instilled the importance of giving back, doing good for others and practicing what you preach, not just when people are looking, but behind closed doors as well.
With nearly 20 years of experience in marketing, event planning and business management, Jennifer Moser continues to be a leader in her industry and within the greater Phoenix area. After creating marketing campaigns for out-of-state resorts and successfully running and increasing profits by 300% for a Phoenix-based production company, Jennifer opened her own public relations and event planning firm in 2005.
Jennifer and her company were continually recognized by the media and community, year after year, as one of the best in the public relations, marketing and event planning fields. Servicing a variety of clientele in industries including food and beverage, retail, non-profit, sports, hospitality, nightclubs, technology, healthcare, corporate and business individuals, her company won awards for many different executions including the launch events and PR campaign for the Arizona Diamondback’s new uniforms, colors and logo in 2006 and a Super Bowl Host committee execution in 2008.
In October 2010 Jennifer Moser and Jason Rose, a well-known public affairs and crisis management consultant, announced they were joining forces and merged their companies to create Rose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online Relations, which not only provides the public relations, marketing and event planning work for which Jennifer had been known, but now also includes crisis management, government affairs and political consulting. Together Jennifer and Jason continue to work with some of the most well-known brands in the state, and country. They also created some of their own events, including the Scottsdale Polo Championships, which has become the most well-attended polo event in the country.
Always willing to give back, Jennifer spends much of her time working with non-profits throughout the valley and has been a past member on the Board of Directors for Valley Youth Theatre, JAG – Jobs for Arizona Graduates, Arizona Children Association’s Golden Gate Guild, Las Palomas and Homeward Bound. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation honored Jennifer as one of AZ’s Finest in 2006, and Trends Charitable Fund honored her in 2011 as a Trendsetter through Trend’s Magazine and its foundation executive board. SO Scottsdale magazine featured her as a “marketing powerhouse.” Jennifer was on the founding committee for the Best Buddies Arizona gala and was committee chair multiple times for the Phoenix Heart Ball, Homeward Bound’s Derby Event, Homeward Bound’s Old Bags Luncheon, Phoenix Theatre Gala, Not My Kid and Arizona Foundation for Women. Jennifer has chaired some of the top galas in town including Bertrand Berry’s Annual Cardinals Fundraiser (2007 and 2008), Beach Ball for Phoenix Children’s Hospital (2012), Garth Brooks Teaming up for Kids (2012), Wish Ball for Make a Wish Arizona (2013, 2014 and 2015), Dinner with Wolves (2014) for Southwest Wildlife, the inaugural Champs for Children for Phoenix Children’s Hospital (2014), Christ Church School Soiree (2016) and the Knuckle Ball for the Joe Niekro Foundation (2016). Jennifer is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Make-A-Wish Arizona, past president for Trends Charitable Fund and on the executive board of directors as well as chairman of stewardship for Arizona State University’s Sun Devil Athletics Club. She also volunteers on many additional committees and organizations.
In addition to the personal volunteer time above, Jennifer has been directly hired by many other non-profits for her public relations, marketing and event planning work. Some of these have included the Super Bowl (Arizona), Friar’s Club (NYC), Celebrity Fight Night with Muhammad Ali, Larry Fitzgerald’s First Down Fund, Paul Goldschmidt’s Goldy’s Fund 4 Kids, Calais Campbell’s Celebrity Golf Tournament, Mother’s Grace, Bob’s Biker Blast, Joe Niekro Foundation, Artful Giving, Foundation for Blind Children, Scottsdale Firefighter’s Association, Homeward Bound and Chances for Children. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her marketing and event planning work and is proud to work with some of the state’s top organizations and athletes. Jennifer is proud to work with a wide range of industries with clients such as Steak 44 / Dominick’s Steakhouse (and Steak 48 in other markets), Mountainside Fitness, My Sister’s Closet, Barrett-Jackson, Crown Realty and Development, iPic Theatres, General Motors, Russ Lyon Realty, Freedom Park, Republic Services and Pita Jungle.
Jennifer resides in Paradise Valley with her husband Brent and son Mason (5), daughter Madison (4) and step-daughter Savannah (16).
Saturday, November 18, 2017
6000 East Camelback Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
7:30pm Dinner and Dancing