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.
The 15th Annual African Culture Fest will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at the City Heights Performance Annex 4pm-7pm.
This is my second time presenting with the Somali Youth United African Culture Fest. This year, the Education Station will be held within the Fest and representing the theme “Women, Aviation & STEAM. We will feature my special guests (and friends) Geneviéve Jones-Wright and Tinicia Smith. These women are both powerful and intelligent.
We look forward to seeing you in the lively City Heights, San Diego. If you are unable to attend, please Click Here for the Passport that we will distribute and stamp off during our 20-minute presentations with Q&A.
What an honor it was to lead a Fireside Chat with the League of Extraordinary Scientists and Engineers as a part of EXPO Day during the San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering for the Second Year!
Thanks to my Friends and Collabors who were also able to attend my Chat “In a visually unbalanced career field, Jasmine artistically engineers a new perspective on diversity.”
Eternally grateful for Jeane and the team at LXS and the ongoing “Science-ing” opportunities to meet the coolest nerds I’ve ever met!
The STEAM Collaborative is so excited to be a sponsor, and have our founder Jasmine L. Sadler as the Co-Chair for the Black History in Motion Celebration with the City of San Diego Black Employees Association!
The focus of of this celebration is Past and Present San Diego Black History shown through an exhibit of artifacts, black-owned business owners, a presentation by elected officials, and a drum ceremony.
Please come out and attend this family-friendly event. The San Diego City Black Employees Association, in collaboration with Friends of African American Employee Resource Groups, will be hosting a Black History in Motion celebration to commemorate Black History’s forward progress throughout the City of San Diego.
Theme: Black History in Motion
Host: San Diego City Black Employees Association
Address: San Diego City Hall, 202 C St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Date: Friday, February 15, 2019
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm (Doors open at 3:30pm)
“There has always been a rich and deep African American background here in downtown San Diego. It was known as the Harlem of the West in the 1920s through 1940s.”
A HUGE thank you to the amazing planning team!
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!
Shout out to In Him We Move Liturgical Dance Conference for posting Ms. Jasmine Sadler, our founder on their homepage banner for “No Boundaries, No Excuses”! The photo is from the 2014 conference themed Beyond the Veil. Her first Conference with In Him We Move was in 2013 with the theme Another Dimension. This year’s conference is currently going on through August 15 closing with a free Liturgical Dance Concert that includes Lyrical, Mime, Hiz-Hop. Each year continues to expand, but the one thing that remains constant is the bible study session hosted by the instructors to remind us of the significance and opportunities of ministering through dance. We highly recommend this life changing experience to anyone interested in Dancing for Jesus!
I dance twice a month with the Bayview Gospel Dance Troupe. We also dance throughout the San Diego community for different events when requested.
1st Sundays: 6pm Communion Service
4th Sundays: 9am and 11am Sunday Service
The piece below was choreographed by Briana Gumbs and Alissa Gumbs and posted on their Youtube page along with many more of their choreography and performances. I was asked to join them for this quartet that was ministered during communion service on May 3, 2015. I have always loved this song and was happy to carry out the vision.
Feel free to comment on this blog and on the Youtube video. I begin on the left side of the screen. Enjoy!