Jeanette Peters

2 Truths and a Lie
Here are some facts about Jeanette – which one do you think is a lie?

  1. I consider myself to be an adventurous eater.
  2. I’ve attended 93 weddings.
  3. My Hispanic family includes more than 175 relatives.


A resourceful and organized leader, Jeanette has been exceeding client expectations for over a decade. At FutureThink, she demonstrates a sixth sense for pairing clients with learning experiences that build innovation and simplification capabilities across the org. Whether she’s planning a training event or planting a Martha-Stewart-worthy garden, Jeanette comes with an appreciable attention to detail. She’s known for her solutions-oriented approach for clients like Fitbit, GoPro, and IBM (as well as her Michael Jackson dance moves).

Previously, Jeanette spent a decade at ModusLink Corporation, which provides digital and physical supply-chain solutions to leading brands across a range of industries. As Markets & Sales Analyst, Jeanette was responsible for developing sales initiatives that resulted in $18M in annual revenue. As an Account Manager, she led the GoPro account, for which she coordinated production to ensure quality standards, among many other duties. Under her guidance, GoPro shipped 5.2 million cameras into the market, an increase of 30% in a single year.

Jeanette received her BS in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in Murrieta, California. On weekends, you’ll find her antiquing in New Jersey with her husband or volunteering at God’s Love We Deliver, which delivers homemade meals to New Yorkers living with cancer or other serious diseases. When she travels, her itinerary includes activities like “feed and bathe a rescue elephant in Thailand” and “take a cooking class with chef Nonna Ciana in Tuscany.” This year, she plans to maintain her track record of visiting one new country and one new state every twelve months (Morocco and Montana: she’s coming for you).

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