Please Celebrate 5 Years with Me!


I have enjoyed celebrating with all of you over the past week online.
Please purchase your tickets NOW to join me for a days worth of Events! 

Thank you so much, Ms. Jasmine
Saturday, November 23, 2019
12noon – 2pm
http://bit.ly/steamleaders19
Discount Code: VIP

This private networking event is for the STEAM leaders and community stakeholders who have been avid supporters of The STEAM Collaborative. This is an occasion to come together to celebrate this momentous milestone, the five year anniversary!

As a special anniversary edition of the STEAM Leaders Summit, I am hosting the STEAM Leaders Gratitude Mixer to highlight our achievements, and provide an opportunity for my favorite collaborators to get connected with each other.
Please Purchase Tickets HERE: http://bit.ly/steamleaders19


Saturday, November 23, 2019
6pm – 9pm
http://bit.ly/blackunity19
Discount Code: VIP

This private networking event is for the diversity and inclusion leaders and community stakeholders who have been avid supporters of my work. This is an occasion to come together and celebrate this momentous milestone, and formally introduce my new brand, Jas:Maven!

As a special anniversary edition of the Black Unity Holiday Soiree, I am hosting an exclusive guest list of my favorite collaborators to highlight our achievements, and to get connected with each other.
Please Purchase Tickets HERE: http://bit.ly/blackunity19

There is always an opportunity to donate:
Paypal: http://bit.ly/STEAMpaypal
Venmo: http://bit.ly/STEAMvenmo
Cash App: http://bit.ly/STEAMcashapp


Five Days of Gratitude

This week long celebration will honor Jasmine L. Sadler’s five years in business, as well as welcoming her into full-time entrepreneurship starting Monday, November 18th!
The festivities will culminate with the STEAM Leaders Summit and the Black Unity Holiday Soiree on Saturday, November 23rd.
Purchase Tickets Today!

Day 1: Keep it CONNECTED! Tell me how we met.
w/ Dree Berry of @SDBlackProfessionals

I’m originally from Detroit with my parents from Alabama and Mississippi. I’ve been living in San Diego for 7 years now and you all have helped me create my family away from family! I have church family, dance family, STEM family, and San Diego Black Professionals “meetup” family who I do life with. I’ve always been curious about the responses I’d receive when asking this: please drop me a note or comment on How We Met!

Day 2: Keep it HONEST! Leave a recommendation.
w/ Felena Hanson of Hera Hub

Welcome back to Day 2! You have all been part of my journey and I am so grateful that you are here with me to Celebrate 5 years in business and the launch of my new brand Jas:Maven. One success was being honored with the Hera Hub STEAM Trailblazer Award. Another win was the Black History in Motion event for Black History Month with several African American Employee Resource Groups.  

However long or short, please leave me a Google review, Facebook review, or LinkedIn Recommendation if you’ve worked with me in any capacity and I’ve left a positive impression on your life.
Googlemybusiness: http://bit.ly/Review-thesteamcollab
Facebook  STEAM and Education: https://www.facebook.com/pg/theSTEAMcollab/reviews
Facebook Events and Programs: https://www.facebook.com/pg/thejasmaven/reviews
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasminesadler/detail/recommendation/write/

Day 3: Keep it HOT! Ask a STEAM related question on the virtual panel.
w/ Courtney Dade of CSD Marketing and Consulting & Caleb with Curls

Yesterday, some of you mentioned that we first met after seeing me on a panel or a presentation. The STEAM Collaborative exists to exponentially increase equity in STEAM Education. I often have time for Questions, and usually get pretty interesting ones like “What is the coolest job you’ve had?” What is one question you would ask me if you and your child were in the audience for Q&A?

Day 4: Keep it REAL! Provide your unique solutions for problems you see in the community.
w/ Chef Geoff Cole of Admirals Experience

There are so many forums, surveys and focus groups to talk about problems in the community. Jas:Maven is one solution that brings you together with The Right People to have everyone achieve their goals. To the many problems facing inequity and keeping us segregated, what is your solution?

Day 5: Keep it MOVING! Join the Five Days of Gratitude Donation Challenge! Funds go directly to programming that support and impact under-served communities.
w/ Cory Morrison, Financial Planner

This has been an amazing five days together! Your responses have been thoughtful, uplifting, and authentic. Thank you for your honesty and just being you. On this final day of gratitude I’d like to humbly ask your support for continuing the conversation and taking action for improved education and unity experiences. If you would like to support The STEAM Collaborative or Jas:Maven please click to see the donation levels and directly see us pay it forward to impact others.

There is always an opportunity to donate:
Paypal: http://bit.ly/STEAMpaypal
Venmo: http://bit.ly/STEAMvenmo
Cash App: http://bit.ly/STEAMcashapp


2019 STEAM Leaders Summit Tickets and Donations
http://bit.ly/steamleaders192019
Black Unity Holiday Soiree Tickets and Donations
http://bit.ly/blackunity19

Happy 5 Year Anniversary!

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. 

With Love, Jasmine @theSTEAMcollab @theJasMaven

The Largest STEM Festival in San Diego!

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!

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One Year Adorning the World!

Sept. 12, 2014 - Sept. 12, 2015

Sept. 12, 2014 – Sept. 12, 2015

Sept. 12, 2015
This year has been the most fantastic journey of my life.  I now know that I was not made to do anything different than Adorn the already beautiful lives of people.  Adorn really comes from my initial vision for the business, Math Tutoring.  I never intended to be a teacher, but I wanted to add to the lessons already given.  During my initial evaluation as a tutor, I have students bring their books, notes, exams, and homework.  From these, I am able to get a better understanding of what their teacher has already taught them and how I can Adorn that instruction.  This way, the student understands their current material, and I teach them concepts that will allow them to excel in the classroom.

My favorite moment caught on camera. My Aerospace/Mechanical track students win the Hack.IT Bahamas Design Project Competition and are presented a check for $1,000 by STEMBoard Co-founder and CEO, Ms. Aisha Bowe! Please Check out their website at www.bahamabuoys.com

My favorite moment caught on camera! My Aerospace/Mechanical track students are announced winners of the Hack.IT Bahamas Design Project Competition, and are presented a check for $1,000 by STEMBoard Co-founder and CEO, Ms. Aisha Bowe. Please Check out their website at www.bahamabuoys.com

The biggest lesson:  Follow God
Usually, when I introduce my company as “Adorn The World”, I would get the yeah… okay… World? look.  Even before I knew how it would happen, I declared that I would impact the world.  Through following God’s instructions to tap into the miracles that he has already placed into my life, Adorn The World was sponsored to teach and mentor at an engineering summer camp in The Bahamas!  Some of the first year’s major accomplishments are:

Renewing the Company Paperwork and starting Psalm 150 Orchestra! So much growth and development.

One year Later — Renewing the Adorn the World Paperwork and starting Psalm 150 Orchestra! So much growth and development.

I am most excited to announce that days before renewing my first company, Adorn The World, I began my my second company!! Psalm 150 Orchestra was established September 9, 2015!  I am really excited about this vision that God has given me to take Adorn Artistry to another level.

Please leave your comments and current or future affiliation with Adorn The World below.  Thank you so much for your prayers and support!  It is invaluable, and I really appreciate it.

My career progression

Recruiter

During my presentation to NSBE at San Diego State University, I informed some of the students of my work experience and how I landed those jobs.  The majority of the positions began through my leadership and involvement with the National Society of Black Engineers.  Below is a brief summary of my career progression:

2004 (summer before freshman year) – I simply registered for a summer program where the main part was working for a local company and taking intro math and programming classes

2005 (during freshman year) – I continued to work at the company 10 hours weekly.

2006 (summer before junior year) – I met the company at the 2006 NSBE National Convention career fair booth and on-site interview.

2006 (off school for a semester) – At the same 2006 NSBE Convention, someone from a different sector of the same company extended a co-op position.

2007 (summer before 0.5 junior year) – I was offered a different internship with the same summer 2006 company.

2008 (summer before 0.5 senior year) – At 2008 NSBE Convention, I attended an invitation-only hospitality suite reception.  After talking to some of the employees, I was escorted to the hallway where HR was set up with a laptop and emailed me an offer letter.

2009 (final semester) – I walked into the International Program in Engineering Office and applied for their study abroad assignment in Hong Kong.  After I was accepted I asked the process for them to pay for my flight and was approved.

[With all of my internships, I already had 1 full year of engineering work experience! ]

2010 (1st full time position) – After applying online, I had an interview via Skype while still in Hong Kong.  I was denied that position.  After returning home a similar position came up, and they contacted me for that one with no need to interview again.

2012 (MBA opportunity, declined) – I received a mass email for a scholarship opportunity.  After researching the school, I decided to call (not email) the scholarship chairperson.  After finding out he was the Dean of the program and other common interest, he instructed me to take the GMAT and apply.  I studied for 1 month (since that was the application deadline) and took it.  I was offered acceptance to the university and a full tuition scholarship for my MBA in Entrepreneurship.

2012 (2nd full time position) – During the 2012 NSBE Convention, I was on the NSBE Regional Board and was enjoying the Technical Professionals Conference.  Without concern of landing a new job, I decided to walk around the career fair to greet old friends.  Upon asking one about her current career, she gave rave reviews and offered me an interview.  I interviewed with an HR manager and the Director of Engineering in my dream location, San Diego.  After 4 total interviews, I received my offer letter the same week as I received the MBA scholarship letter.  After lots of prayer, I determined that I was not ready for school, and that I wanted to further my engineering career.  It has been one of the best decisions I have made in my entire life!