Jenny McKenna was promoted to head of operations at Fingerpaint, a full-service health and wellness agency with five offices across the country and nearly $80 million in revenue. She was also appointed to the agency’s operating board.

McKenna, who has been with the company since 2010, previously oversaw operations in the company’s Saratoga Springs office. 

“Jenny has proven time and again that she is not only a natural leader but also a team player who embodies the Fingerpaint culture of service,” says Bill McEllen, Fingerpaint partner. “I am looking forward to her operationalizing and integrating the Fingerpaint vision company-wide.”

Management says McKenna will ensure the company is not just meeting but exceeding its aggressive revenue goals while maintaining best-in-class operational standards as the agency continues to expand. Just this year, Fingerpaint acquired managed markets firm 1798 and announced the launch of Photo 51, a consultancy focused solely on gene and cell therapies.

Jenny McKenna

“It’s an honor to be a part of the incredible growth Fingerpaint has experienced over the past 10 years,” McKenna says. “I am looking forward to seeing that the core values Fingerpaint was founded on continue to be woven into the fabric of our future.”

McKenna joins operating board members McEllen; Ed Mitzen, Fingerpaint founder; Andy Pyfer, partner; Kevin Kish, head of finance; Colleen Carter, head of corporate marketing; Mark Willmann, head of Fingerpaint’s Cedar Knolls office; Nicole Holland, head of people and culture; Michelle Petroff, head of Fingerpaint’s Conshohocken office; and Roshawn Blunt, managing director of 1798.

Fingerpaint’s operating board is responsible for driving the strategic direction and financial health of the company as well as safeguarding Fingerpaint’s empathetic, people-first culture, agency managers say.