Meadows tapped as new Director of Communications for United Methodist Commission on the Status and Role of Women.The General Commission on the Status and Role of Women (GCSRW) has named Jenn Meadows of Indianapolis Director of Communications effective August 10. She is responsible for coordinating and implementing communication strategies and managing communication platforms on behalf of the agency.
“GCSRW is thrilled to welcome Jenn meadows as our Director of Communications,” states General Secretary Dawn Hare. Jenn brings outstanding communications skills and strategies, together with a passionate love for The United Methodist Church and the ministry of GCSRW to our commission. Her energy is contagious! We are confident that our ministry can expand exponentially with the communications leadership she brings.”
Meadows comes to GCSRW with experience in public relations and communication for nonprofit and church organizations. She interned with the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, helping implement social media leading up to the conference NEXT14. Meadows worked with Top Dog Communication as an Account Executive, managing and leading a team with clients such as the Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church and Volunteers of America of Indiana.
“I am very excited to be joining the General Commission on the Status and Role of Women,” Meadows states. “GCSRW does phenomenal work advocating for the participation of women in The United Methodist Church. I am honored to be able to share the story of GCSRW while also continuing to advocate for the full participation of women across the connection.”
Meadows graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a bachelor’s degree in communication. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. She is a certified deacon candidate in the Indiana Annual Conference.
The General Commission on the Status and Role of Women advocates for full participation of women in the total life of The United Methodist Church. GCSRW helps the church recognize every person – clergy and lay, women and men, adults and children – as full and equal parts of God’s human family. They believe that a fully engaged and empowered membership is vital to The United Methodist Church’s mission "to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world."