The Community's  COO

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Introduction

I was born and raised in North St. Louis, MO. I am the oldest of 6 siblings: 4 girls and 1 boy. I attended elementary and middle schools referred to as Magnet Schools as a young girl. Surrounded by the affects of poverty and oppression, I am no stranger to living through trauma in all of its facets. At 12 years old, my father was murdered by his friend. At 15 years old I became a homeless teen. With my mother "Unable to be a mother to me because her mother wasn't a mother to her," I found myself strategically navigating life alone. Refusing to be a victim and a statistic, I designed my own journey; welcome to the path I traveled by to become the Communities Chief Operations Officer:  

The Community's Chief Operating Officer

After consulting more than 300 small businesses, I found that we must learn to separate entrepreneurs from small business owners. In doing so, we can better support entrepreneurs in the creation and innovation of new economic opportunities while investing in small business owners to grow within their existing capacity.  


In order to do this, I started completing operations audits for entrepreneurs that directly impacted how the executives running their companies did business. With the 14 touch system, we cover financial management, information technology, operations, customer relations, legal structure, compliance and quality assurance, human resources, governance, training and development, marketing, advertising, public relations, sales and facilities. 

The Community COO's Audit

Small Business Strategy Session

Consultants Masterclass

Hire Me For Your Next Entrepreneurs Incubator or Cohort

Business Consultant 

After 10 years in the industry, I started a consulting firm called Marie Management in 2016 that offers hybrid model consulting, project management and training to entrepreneur led businesses. Marie Management concentrates on the structure, development, operations and execution of both the for-profit and nonprofit businesses separately within the same business model. These services are provided to companies earning $0-$6M both nationally and internationally.

Marie Management Website

Startup Business Letter of Recommendation

Small Business Letter of Recommendation

Full Service Business Letter of Recommendation

Collegiate Professor  

As a collegiate professor, I facilitate courses such as Public Administration, Urban Politics and American Government within the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Students gain real world experience and a direct connection to the industry from a career and business perspective. Student also gain connections to internships, fellowships, associations and foundations to further their professional development.

Cover Letter

Resume & References

Statement of Teaching Philosophy

Letter of Recommendation

Author

I was always told that it's imperative to document the process so someone else someday may use it to spearhead their progress. In doing so, I started my writing journey with a personal book geared towards motherless daughters by way of abandonment. My first book is important to me because I know first hand what it means to grieve the loss of a mother that is still alive. 


Soon to come I will publish a series of business books that reflect my work over seven years with entrepreneurs that lead hybrid model businesses. I can't want to share my concepts with the world. 

Forgive Her She Was 16

Board Member & Advisor

Serving on boards, committee's and advisory councils for small, large and national nonprofits, I offer my expertise in strategic planning, program development and system creation. These organizations serve vulnerable populations such as the elderly, youth and homeless. I chair the governance, housing, fundraising and strategic planning committee within boards, committees and councils in which I serve. I have served as an advisor for entrepreneurs building and starting K-12 schools as well. 

United 4 Children

Housing Options Provided for the Elderly

Speaker | Panelist | 

Workshop Instructor

Participating on several panels for discussions related to business, government, urban development, economic development and youth development, my speaking engagements grew in 2010. From speaking engagements and panel discussions, I have designed and delivered workshops for professionals, students and youth directly related to entrepreneurship, business, government and personal development during/after experiencing trauma. 

Speaking Outline & Proposal

Motherless Daughters

Self-Made Entrepreneur

I have been gainfully employed since I was 15 years old. All I've done since I was 17 years old is transfer all of my learned skills and passion into businesses of my own. I am naturally a strategic visionary, therefore creating systems for new and existing businesses, programs and projects to succeed comes natural to me. Therefore, I built a series of companies rooted in who I am. 

Jazzmine Marie Nolan Foundation

Marie Management

J Nolan Investment Group

Black and Brown Brokerage

Urban Franchising

Off By 5

Facilitator | Director | Judge

During my 13 years of coaching and mentoring youth throughout St. Louis, I judged, facilitated and directed step shows, fundraisers, pageants, talent shows etc. In doing so, I built and executed similar events of my own and for other organizations, universities and schools alike. Today I am a guest judge for Greek Letter organizations, youth organizations and companies hosting events for the betterment of the community. 

Philanthropist

I spent my 20's coaching and mentoring 1,700 St. Louis youth ages 8-18 by myself. From drivers licenses, to housing; you name it, I did it, if it meant the youth I served were successful in their lives. In 2016, I transitioned from directly serving youth to financially supporting youth and young adults by providing scholarships in the areas of: housing, performing arts and entrepreneurship. Now I speak nationally to youth on the process of overcoming the circumstances of being an unaccompanied youth.  

Jazzmine Marie Nolan Foundation

Soror

I am a lifelong member of the ONLY sorority where 7 women fought alone in the worst conditions known to man in the 1900's to build an organization founded on the campus of Butler University on November 12, 1922. Then and Now educated women come together and serve children and their families with a purpose of "Greater Service, Greater Progress."

 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. is my home of sisterhood, scholarship and service.

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated