Who We Are
Jennifer Levine Hartz
Jennifer Hartz is the president and primary consultant for Corporate Hartz, LLC, based in Atlanta. For over a decade, her firm has provided expert services for companies of all sizes in all industries, public and private, helping them develop and integrate a community strategy into their business priorities and goals.
With consulting skills from McKinsey & Company and Towers Perrin, and in-house experience at The Home Depot, iXL Enterprises and Georgia-Pacific, Jennifer understands how to quickly audit and assess the needs and resources of a company or individual and leverage them appropriately with or within nonprofit organizations.
Jennifer has worked with executives at clients such as Deloitte, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Merial Limited, Xerox, Scientific-Atlanta, Intercontinental Hotels Group and United Technologies Corporation. She has also directly served leaders at smaller businesses such as Arcapita, Definition6, DataPath, VoiceQuilt and AGL Resources.
One area of passion and specialization for Jennifer is connecting professionals with high-impact volunteer leadership opportunities. Having insight into an employer’s objectives, an individual’s aspirations, and the opportunities in the nonprofit sector, Jennifer counsels clients on their own servant leadership roles and growth plans. She facilitates building connections between servant leaders and community organizations through executive coaching, board member training, advising charities and match-making.
A native of Atlanta, Jennifer has always been active in the charitable community. She has served on the boards of Hands on Atlanta, TechBridge, Digital Ball, Anti-Defamation League and the Atlanta Housing Forum. In addition, she has volunteered with a large number of nonprofits in a variety of non-governance capacities. Jennifer is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta, Class of 1999.
Jennifer received her MBA from Georgia Tech and her undergraduate degree in industrial psychology from University of Pennsylvania. She is also an alumna of the Marshall Memorial Fellowship program, where she studied inter-sector partnerships in Europe. She is married to Eric Hartz and they have four children.