About Us

Jodie Eisenhardt

With a career that includes award-winning sales roles, marketing, PR, communications, project management and event planning, Jodie Eisenhardt’s career spans more than twenty years. Early on, she served as Marketing Director for a major brand and her experience in broadcast media began as part of the marketing team for 93Q during their historic transition to 93Q Country. Her on-air experience includes a role as co-host of Livin’ Large on News 92 FM for eighteen months.

Jodie has worked in the realm of online marketing since 1997 when she joined the Houston Chronicle as part of the online team for www.houstonchronicle.com – the pilot online site for Hearst Corporation. Eisenhardt raked up honors in both online and print divisions during her tenure at The Chronicle.

Jodie founded her own marketing consulting company in 2001, providing a multitude of clients in a variety of industries with problem-solving solutions for their branding, advertising, website development, content management, copywriting, press release, event planning, and e-newsletter needs.

In early 2011, Eisenhardt was recruited by Essential Learning - an online learning company, to serve as Project Manager for the Curriculum Development and Research division. Initially responsible for the collection of needs assessment data followed by the planned revision process for more than 500 courses, she collaborated with internal staff while managing the hiring, training and ongoing supervision of numerous subject matter experts. The experience proved beneficial in myriad ways and ultimately paved the way for Jodie to return to her consulting role and the launch of Two Chicks Communications in 2013. She is passionate about providing a high level of service and results for her clients.

Eisenhardt is a native Houstonian who lived in numerous states and in Canada growing up. She attended high school in Deer Park (east of Houston) and worked her way through college at the University of Houston, obtaining her BA in History and teaching certificates for both History and Health education.

Eisenhardt is also a published writer. Her work has appeared in Restaurant Start-Up & Growth magazine and The Fearless Critic - Houston Restaurant Guide. She has served as a regular contributor to Culturemap, 002 Magazine (now Local Houston Magazine) MyTable magazine, and Eater.com. She serves on the Board of Directors for Lucky Dog Rescue and is involved in numerous charitable endeavors in Houston.

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