As an account supervisor in the consumer tech practice at M Booth, Jennifer Spector works with companies such as OpenTable, which recently ventured into mobile payment. Following a pilot program in San Francisco, OpenTable introduced an option for New Yorkers to pay for restaurant meals directly from its app, and the company plans to roll out the feature to 20 other cities by the end of the year. That came two months after OpenTable entered the spotlight because of its $2.6 billion acquisition by Priceline.
Other exciting tech accounts Spector has worked on during more than two years at M Booth include Waze, Google, Getty Images, Indeed, StumbleUpon, HowAboutWe, and Joyus. Previously, she cut her teeth in the corporate communications and public affairs practices at The Harbour Group, where she served clients such as AT&T, investment firm Revolution, and The Case Foundation.