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
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
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
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.
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.
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.
This year’s camp features themed weeks in today’s most interesting technology trends (e.g. Virtual Reality!) as well as expanded core curriculum levels that will allow us to engage, inspire, and empower campers in age ranges from 7 to 13!
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.
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.”