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Jazzmine Nolan is a North St. Louis, MO native who excelled through the St. Louis Public School District by graduating with honors from Clyde C. Miller Career Academy, later with her Bachelors of Arts in Healthcare Management from Harris Stowe State University, followed by her Masters in Public Administration from Lindenwood University and now her doctorate in Public Administration-Public Health from Walden University. Earning certifications in nonprofit consulting, business management and business consulting, Jazzmine is no stranger to the sector she excels in.
Jazzmine Nolan founded a self titled nonprofit at the age of 18 that provides mentorship, step team coaching, pageantry scholarships, entrepreneurship training and housing to young women ages 16-25. After 10 years in executive management within the nonprofit sector, Jazzmine established her own consulting firm called Marie Management. Marie Management offers business consulting, training and development to national and international companies. 90% of her for-profit clientele has a minimum net income of $1M annually with goals of incorporating nonprofits that impact vulnerable populations. 75% of all profits earned from Marie Management are donated directly to the Jazzmine Marie Nolan Foundation in order to ensure continued youth programming.
Jazzmine Nolan serves on several nonprofit boards of directors and committees including United 4 Children, Kid Friendly Network, Housing Options Provided for the Elderly, Dutchtown South Community Development Corporation, Motherless Daughters and St. Louis City & County Continuum’s of Care. She also serves as a consultant on nonprofit boards in Atlanta GA, Tampa FL, Chicago IL and New York NY. Jazzmine is best known for her no nonsense approach and grit style work ethic. She takes exceptional care of everyone around her as she motivates them to “Get It Done, By All Means Necessary!”