Chief Legal Officer Jenifer Snyder to Be Honored Among Colorado’s Top Innovators
Let’s give a huge round of applause to Fluid Truck’s co-founder and Chief Legal Officer, Jenifer Snyder, for winning Denver Business Journal’s Most Outstanding Women in Business award!
The entire Fluid Truck team is incredibly proud of her and everything she has done to help Fluid Truck grow.
The Denver Business Journal says the award recognizes “leaders driving change, earning admiration, inspiring the community and delivering results.” Judges score nominees on “their professional accomplishments, innovation and community involvement.”
We asked Jen to share her thoughts on winning this award:
“Congratulations to all the impressive women who made this year’s list. It’s a great representation of Denver’s thriving business community and a call to action to continue to push female representation forward. For example, when women-owned businesses get the funding to expand their footprint or women have a seat at the table when designing products, everyone stands to benefit. Thank you Denver Business Journal for recognizing all the women who continue to push forward,” said Jenifer Snyder, Co-Founder and Chief Legal Officer.
As Co-founder, Jenifer has overseen Fluid Truck’s accelerated growth; Deloitte named Fluid Truck the 9th fastest-growing company in North America based on 10,000% revenue growth in 3 years. Jen was also the key negotiator for one of the largest Series A fundraising rounds in Colorado history, when Fluid Truck closed $63 million in 2021, and helped launch the largest mid-sized electric truck fleet in the U.S. in partnership with IKEA. Women in Trucking named Jen one of the ‘Top Women to Watch’ in 2022. Under Jen’s leadership, Fluid Truck is the 9th fastest-growing company in North America according to Deloitte.
“Jen has been instrumental in Fluid Truck’s growth. We’ve built a one-of-a-kind business model in the truck rental industry by offering commercial truck rentals at the tap of a button. Jen’s ingenuity, creativity and skill have helped us bring this unique business model to life. She’s done a fantastic job navigating through the trucking and tech industries and fueled Fluid Truck’s explosive growth,” said James Eberhard, CEO and Founder of Fluid Truck.
This is Denver Business Journal’s 25th year recognizing outstanding women in business. It’s goal of the award program is to introduce the Denver community to a diverse group of women leading change in a variety of industries. The winners’ circle represents CEOs, company presidents and many others that have made an impact on other levels of their organization and in their communities.