Jennifer DeNyse is Co-founder and President of DeNyse Companies.
DeNyse Companies is a Woman Owned Business
DeNyse Companies is proud to be a Certified Woman Owned Business. Our affiliations with WBENC, NWBOC, and the City of Atlanta make us an excellent candidate for your bids. Our diversity certifications are an added value to the quality service we provide.
Jennifer DeNyse is Co-Founder and President of DeNyse Companies
In 2004, she was named one of Atlanta’s “Rising Stars” for the fast growth of the company. That growth continues, and today DeNyse Signs is one of the largest sign manufacturing companies in the Southeast. DeNyse Companies has received numerous local and national awards under Jennifer’s leadership, including the distinction of being named one of “Atlanta’s Best Places To Work” by Atlanta Magazine.
Jennifer has served on many local boards, including the Character Coalition, Chamber of Commerce and GreyStone Power, an Electric Power Cooperative where she currently serves as Chair of the Board. Jennifer is committed to the health and wellbeing of employees in the workplace and strives for a healthy and happy balance of workplace-home environment.
Jennifer attended the University of Cincinnati, focusing on Business Education studies. She and her husband Allen have two children and three grandchildren.
GreyStone Power Corp Chairman of the Board
Board Chair Jennifer DeNyse and her husband, Allen, reside in Douglasville and are owners and founders of a national sign company that started in Douglasville in 1983 and initially operated out of their basement. Jennifer serves as President and CFO and their company employs approximately 100 full-time staff. DeNyse Companies has been named Douglas County Business of the Year twice and has been named one of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work by Atlanta Magazine. Jennifer attended the University of Cincinnati in Business Education studies. She and her husband have been Douglas County residents since 1983. Jennifer and Allen have two children and three grandchildren. She was elected Chair of the Board in 2014.