Jenna Jackson began consulting for Quanta Services five years ago, working with them to produce content, primarily internal and external videos for them in her role as founder and CEO of P+R Productions. She now runs Strategic Branding and Communications for Quanta and is based at their corporate office in Houston.
Quanta Services, a Fortune 500 publicly traded company, provides integrated infrastructure solutions for the electric power, oil & gas and telecom industries.
Jenna is the founder of P+R Productions (www.PR-Prod.com), a full-service video production company that produces corporate videos, documentaries and television series. She has a 20-year history in network news.
She spent 15 years at CBS News in NYC, producing the documentary style primetime crime show 48 Hours. She was recognized with several awards and nominations during her tenure, including Peabody, Murrow and DuPont awards. In 2012, she won an Emmy for Outstanding Coverage of a News Story in a News Magazine for Grave Injustice, the story of Anthony Graves, who was wrongfully convicted of murder and spent 18 years on Texas Death Row.
During her time at CBS, she also authored a true-crime book published by Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, Perfectly Executed. In 2012, she left CBS and helped launch Katie, the syndicated daytime show hosted by Katie Couric. At the same time, she founded P+R Productions, a full-service television and film production company with offices in Houston and Austin.