Jen Martin Hall is senior vice president of corporate communications at Sharecare, the digital health company founded to help each person – no matter where they are in their health journey – build a longer, better life by enabling health transformation at the individual, organizational and community level. Based at the company’s global headquarters in Atlanta, Martin Hall leads the company’s strategic communications efforts, including media relations, internal communications, community relations and reputation management, and plays a key role in brand strategy and product marketing.

Previously, Martin Hall worked in corporate communications for Apple, where she focused on publicity for iPad, iOS and iCloud, and oversaw broadcast press relations at the company’s launch events and Worldwide Developers Conferences. While at Apple, Martin Hall also helped plan and execute global launches for a variety of the company’s marquee hardware and software products, including iPhone, iPad, iOS and iCloud.

Prior to Apple, Martin Hall worked for CNN Worldwide, where she led publicity for the network’s digital platforms and the communications strategy for the company’s movement into new media, virtual worlds, social networking and user-generated content.

Earlier in her career, Martin Hall served as the principal adviser for a number of technology-driven start-ups, government organizations and universities. She also provided public relations, reputation management and crisis communications counsel to various technology and consumer products clients while working at public relations agencies including GCI Group, Weber Shandwick Worldwide and Edelman Public Relations.

Over the years, Martin Hall’s accomplishments have gained her recognition by PRWeek as a Top 40 Under 40 honoree, Women in Cable Telecommunications as one of the top 40 rising leaders in the industry, and PRNews for Social Media Campaign of the Year. With bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and political science from the University of Georgia, she also is active in the community, serving on the board of directors for Women in Technology (WIT) and the advisory board for the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.