Susan Gibson is President & Publisher of JSJ Productions, Inc., a trade association support firm engaged in publishing, production and management services) with offices in Austin, TX and Monterey County, California. Susan’s business experience spans 30 years engaged in publishing, advertising, political campaigns, lobby work, and managing small to large sized trade associations. Susan is the founder and Publisher/Editor of the international plastics design and manufacturing magazine, RotoWorld®, for the rotational molding industry now in publication for over 20 years. She serves as Executive Director for the Culligan Dealers Association of North America, Mid-America Bottled Water Association, and the Southeastern Bottled Water Association. Susan has authored and co-authored a number of articles pertaining to the plastics design industry; served on various community boards including President of If I Could Speak, a non-profit fundraising organization for the benefit of children with autism and the St. Stephens Episcopal School. Susan was instrumental in founding the West Texas Teen Court, a program for juvenile adjudication, which later provided a model for similar programs across the country. Susan received her college education is in Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Texas.
Jennifer Gibson is Vice-President and partner of JSJ Productions, Inc. with offices in Austin, Texas and Monterey County, California. Jennifer oversees marketing and advertising for RotoWorld® magazine, the only magazine dedicated to the worldwide Rotational Molding Industry. In addition, Jennifer serves as the Executive Account Manager for the Culligan Dealers Association of North America and Publisher/Editor of Connection magazine, which is dedicated to the Independent Culligan Dealers of North America. Jennifer holds a BS and Masters degree in Macro Social Work/Fundraising for Non-profits, and following graduate school; she worked as a lobbyist/fundraiser on behalf of disadvantaged youth throughout the state of Indiana. Jennifer began working for JSJ Productions, Inc. in 2000 and became a partner in 2007. She has extensive experience in lobbying, event planning, project production, board management, association leadership, marketing, advertising, publishing, and online interactive media. Jennifer is a member of the ASAE (Association Society of Account Executives) and active and several non-profit charities geared towards autism awareness and education.