Hello Family! Five years ago today, September 12, 2014, I officially became a CEO! Many of you have been there with me every step of the way from when I started tutoring math out of my apartment. Then, to planning events and speaking on the importance of diversity in Technical education from an Artistic perspective with The STEAM Collaborative. On to learning more about business through graduating my MBA program with a 4.0 and as Student of the Year. Today, I have the honor to officially launch my new Social Brand, Jas:Maven, specializing in Connecting the Right People. Thank you God for giving me the vision that is much greater than this and for ordering every step along the way! Thank you family, friends, and collabors for your support as I continue to serve you and pay it forward.
Please make the take to enjoy San Diego Startup Week on this Saturday, June 1 for WeThaPlug‘s takeover day! I’ll be on the Women In Tech Panel from 12pm-1pm, but there is an packed day from 8am-4:00pm at Blink UX.
I will be alongside these beautiful women Janeya Griffin and Seun Shokurbi, with the panel moderated by the lovely Christiana Russell. The event is Free, but RSVP is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-tha-plug-day-quick-pitch-event-tickets-62094827300
We’ll see you there!
I am so excited to be recognized as a Woman of Distinction with San Diego Woman Magazine. Thank you so much for your continued, growing partnership with the business school that is More Than The Bottom Line, Point Loma Nazarene University!
Please check out the Jasmine L. Sadler spread on page 20-21, and all of the other Woman of Distinction with whom I share this Holiday Edition of San Diego Woman. I’d like to especially recognize Judith A. Habert and Dawn Nicoli for your professionalism and an enjoyable experience. Leave a comment, sponsor, and share this awesome work!
Please share your journey with us, and feel free to ask questions about our journey!
Thank you to my wonderful MBA program at Point Loma Nazarene University for encouraging continued growth for The STEAM Collaborative in creating this slide in the Pitch Deck for BUS676 New Venture Creation as part of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Concentration!
My high school dance team member is killing the Education game. Her personality is so sweet and larger than life. Additionally, her Spanish quickly puts most of us to shame. This is an example of how us artists can still leverage our Gifts and incorporate them with our Skills! Much love Jes <3
I am in a training class this week for turbine operations and maintenance. My teacher introduced a question by saying we would use a certain gearbox, which makes the math easy.
The (mostly rhetorical) question was:
A gear is spinning at 250 Hertz and it has 12 gear teeth. When multiplying those together, what is the speed of each gear tooth?
Within seconds, I said 3,000 Hertz and my other 5 classmates looked at me shocked (including the 2 engineers). I’m not sure if it was the introduction that the math would be made “easy” by the numbers he chose, or if I was looking at the numbers differently since I helped my friend factor some polynomials over the weekend. Regardless, let me tell you how I did it.
Unlike most, when I see the number 25 I get excited because it reminds me of quarters, which was the first numbers I learned – Money $$. Just after learning your multiples of 0, 1, 2, 5, 10, 11, all Algebrains (I just made that up) should learn your multiples of 25. With 25, the way I think about it is “It takes four of these to total 100.” So when multiplying 25 times 12, we have three-100s. But since we had 250 and not just 25, we now have thirty-100s also known as 30,00 or 3 thousand!
P.S. what we were really calculating in the class is known as the Gear Mesh Frequency, which I had to research the exact term for you all and myself 🙂
My client and friend I-eXcel brought me a practice exam with no answers. We went through it, and I enjoyed this problem so much, I decided to bless your soul with it!
Which statement is true about 101 consecutive integers ? A. mean > median, B. mean = median, C. mean < median, D. cannot determine (based on real facts, lol)
Try it out, and leave your answers or steps you took in the comments.
Click here for my solution!