Jessica Titlebaum Darmoni

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Jessica Titlebaum
Occupation Senior Manager, Head of Marketing
Employer ErisX
Location Chicago
Twitter @TitleConnector
LinkedIn Profile

Jessica (Titlebaum) Darmoni is a Chicago-based journalist, marketing and sales professional. She became senior manager, head of marketing at ErisX in March of 2019.

She is also the founder of The Title Connection, which provides marketing, business development, public relations and event planning support as well as networking lessons. She was formerly the director of marketing for the Americas at Itiviti. She is also the co-founder and former president of Women In Listed Derivatives and was a member of its board of directors.[1]


Previously, she was a communications specialist with the National Futures Association (NFA) where she worked in the Strategic Planning and Communications department. [2] [3]

In 2009, Darmoni co-founded Women In Listed Derivatives.[4] [5]

She was also a freelance journalist and contributed to The Glass Hammer [6]

She was previously senior vice president and head of sales at John J. Lothian & Company.

Before this, Darmoni was the public relations and events manager at Capital Markets Consulting. Previously, she spent a year in Thailand teaching English in Bangkok and Preachuab Kiri Khan, a small fishing village on the border of Myanmar and Thailand. She has also traveled extensively through Southeast Asia, India and Europe.


Darmoni holds a bachelor's degree in English from University of Maryland in College Park and a Masters in Journalism from Roosevelt University. She is also certified to teach English as a foreign language from TEFL International [7].

Published Works




  1. WILD Takes Step to Formalize Structure. WILD Website.
  2. NFA Recruits from John Lothian News Team; Jessica Titlebaum Hired As Communications Specialist. John Lothian News.
  3. People On the Move. Crain's.
  4. Derivatives Industry Gets Wilder With Women's Group. FOW.
  5. The Growing Financial Sorority. Forbes.
  6. Rumblings and Mumblings at the FIA Expo. The Glass Hammer.
  7. TEFL International. website.