Juliet Lovejoy


Juliet Lovejoy Reilly is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience in marketing communications and 15 years of expertise in the financial industry. She specializes in brand development, positioning, collateral systems, communications programs, educational materials, thought leadership content and strategy, public relations, event promotion, and management. She has excellent presentation and relationship management skills, including interaction with senior executives, institutional, intermediary, and high net worth clients.

Lovejoy has held various positions in the financial industry, including Vice President, Creative Director, Senior Director, Marketing and Communications, Director of Marketing and Client Communications, and Marketing Consultant and Strategic Writer. She has worked with senior executives and marketing teams to understand the family office market and Fidelity’s unique competitive advantages. She has also served as a key role in the Early Adopter Program, which consisted of FFOS’s first clients who provided their personal experiences and recommendations across seven core topics organized in respective “Working Teams.”

Juliet Love Joy

  • Writing
  • brochures,
  • whitepapers,
  • articles,
  • RFPs,
  • mutual fund prospectuses
  • fact sheets,
  • shareholder reports
  • fund pitch books,
  • advertisements,
  • direct mail pieces,
  • sales ideas and “simplified” prospectuses.
  • Hill Holiday - Vice president
  • Fidelity Investment - Senior Director
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Strategist and Writer
  • State Street Corp., Boston, MA -Senior Officer
  • Liberty Funds Distributor, Inc., -Marketing Manager
  • FDI Communications - Marketing Writer and Editor
  • Just Publications, Inc., - Managing Editor

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