Paige Ennis advises leadership teams and boards on the intersection of strategy, communications, and development. She currently serves as strategic advisor to the Atlantic Council and the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center, and as a leadership, communications, and public speaking consultant at KNP Communications. From 2012–2017, she served as executive vice president of the Atlantic Council where she managed all external relations activities including development, events, and communications.

She came to the Atlantic Council from the Harvard Kennedy School, where she was senior director of alumni relations and the school’s annual fund and director of marketing for executive education. Prior to Harvard, she held leadership positions in global sports including NIKE, US World Cup, US Figure Skating and World Figure Skating Championships and the Atlanta Olympic Games.  She served in the White House on the political advance team for President Bill Clinton.