Jennifer Hunt

Dec 22 2023

by Katelyn Whelan

Jennifer is the founder and CEO of Dogwood Hill, a purveyor of luxurious, artfully driven holiday cards, stationery, and wedding paper. Hailing from northwest Alabama, Jennifer graduated with a Master of Accountancy from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and made her way to Birmingham. She led successful careers first as a Certified Public Accountant and then as an art gallery owner. Not one to be pegged down, Jennifer launched Dogwood Hill in 2015 to offer a space where artfully created paper and accessibility could meet. With its collective of more than 30 artists and its team of graphic designers who bring the art to life through thoughtful product design, Dogwood Hill has established itself as a leader in the premier paper goods industry. Dogwood Hill has been featured in top print publications including Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful, Southern Living, and Veranda, as well as on,,,,,,, and a highlight on the TODAY show. Jennifer was selected as a Tory Burch Fellow in 2019. Her husband, Buddy, joined Dogwood Hill in 2018 and now leads the company’s Wholesale division. They have two young boys who keep their free time occupied with lots of fun activities.


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Katelyn is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she earned a dual degree in Marketing & Visual Communication Design. Settling in her hometown of Savannah, GA, she has spent the past 5 years building a career working with female owned small businesses. From events to retail, she has learned the art of translating ideas into action. Specializing in digital marketing, she seeks to bring the passion of her clients to life through the power of social media & e-commerce. She is the digital arm of a design firm founded with her two sisters, The Whelan Girls.

When she is not working, you can find her at the beach. She loves spending time with her family and can whip up a killer batch of chocolate chip cookies.

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