Co-President at Questus
Jeff Rosenblum is a Questus Founding Partner, an author, a documentary filmmaker and an admitted pain in the ass. Throughout his career, he has worked on strategic assignments for Capital One, Disney, General Mills, ESPN, The New York Times, Samsung, Universal and other leading brands.
When he isn’t busy driving the Questus team and clients crazy, Jeff enjoys creating long-form content focused on next generation marketing. He is the author of Friction, a book about building passion brands in the age of disruption and the director of The Naked Brand, a documentary about the future of the advertising industry. Despite barely graduating college, he has lectured at some of the world’s top universities including Yale, Columbia, Cornell and London Business School.
In his free time, Jeff is addicted to learning new skills, including telemark skiing, fly fishing and playing funk guitar. His guitar instructor summarizes these efforts succinctly, describing his playing as “mediocre, at best.”
Before starting Questus, Jeff went to the University of Vermont with his best friend and agency co-founder, Jordan Berg. While there, he entered the Vermont Toughman Competition and got knocked out by someone much tougher than him. Apparently, it was worth it because he gets to put it in this bio.
Jeff is on the advisory board of Special Spectators, an organization that provides sports experiences for children facing life threatening illnesses. He and his family built a school in a remote village in Nepal while working with the BuildOn organization. He lives in New York City with his wife and two kids, who are much cooler and better looking than he is.