Genevieve Hannon has been “The Voice” of 1000+ television and radio commercials for Fortune 500 companies including Exxon Mobil, Verizon Wireless, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Johnson & Johnson, MetLife, The Coco-Cola Company, Morgan Stanley, Proctor & Gamble, and Visa Inc., as well as for Fortune Most Admired companies including Volkswagen and L’Oréal, and also for Gillette Venus, Anbesol, Canon, Tylenol PM and Ethan Allen, Tommy Hilfiger, Seagram’s, WebCT, The NY Times, Parade of Shoes, Massachusetts Health, Project Liberty, White Castle, Provident Bank & Foxwoods Casino.
She has voiced 1000+ promos for award-winning television networks including Lifetime and MTV.
Genevieve’s voice is described as professional, smooth, dramatic, articulate, inspiring, warm, genuine and welcoming for Narrations, Presentations and Industrials, as can be heard narrating the annual “This Is Best Friends” documentary videos for the nation’s largest domestic animal rescue and welfare organization, Best Friends Animal Society, and on site at the sanctuary’s Welcome Center. She has voiced narrations for Try Cinema – a social growth platform for the film industry, Govinda’s – the leading vegetarian Indian restaurant in Dubai, Halfen-Moment Group – an Irish-based Fortune 500 company and a industry leader in construction accessories supply worldwide, NASA International Space Station, miniPCR – DNA science technology helping develop new medicines, improve crops, solve crimes, and inform our medical choices, Garkane – southern Utah’s largest energy company, and Filippo Berio Olive Oil.
With a strong command of medical terminology, she has narrated medical industrial presentations for companies like Ethicon, a Johnson and Johnson company and leader in advanced surgical care. She has narrated the leading radiation oncology guide available on Audible, Confessions of a Radiation Oncologist by Dr. Bobby Koneru. She is also the voice of miniPCR, a leading DNA technology company founded by a geneticist trained at MIT and Stanford who has conducted biomedical research alongside two Nobel laureates, is an inventor of gene detection technologies, and whose work has been cited thousands of times and profiled in The New York Times, National Public Radio and the BBC, and a molecular neurobiologist trained at Harvard.