There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about Jewel.
She has a natural gift to help you discover the mental blocks that keep you from reaching for your goals. Learn how to tap into your true potential with a keynote speaker who can show you the steps to success!
Jewel is a Brooklyn-born tenacious businesswoman. She credits her Jamaican and Kittitian heritage for the drive that brought her back to the Caribbean to use her international experience to positively impact business in Jamaica. As a speaker, Jewel has taken her impactful messages to organizations like the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Annual Conference who lauded her as one of the “brightest thinkers on issues of urgent concern to the African American community”. She has also conducted keynote addresses and training sessions for the
C-E-O Conference Women's Leadership Exchange HRMAJ
Blacks in Government GWEN Conference BPIAJ
St. Croix Women’s Business Center Women’s Conference
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Breakfast
Bronner Brothers Conference African American Women on Tour
She sharpened her career skills as a former journalist and has written several books that include It Takes Tenacity, 15 Powermoves to Survive the Wilderness and Weather the Economic Storm; The Enterprising Entrepreneur, and an ebook
Growing Solopreneur Businesses Through Collaboration.
Passionate abut community service, Jewel is the president of the Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica Western Chapter, and president of Jamaica Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She has also served as the past president of Association for Training and Development Savannah GIG and member of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce. She is a community service advocate having served on the boards of Communities in Schools,
the MLK Foundation, and Quantum, Inc.
On any given day, you can find Jewel developing leadership curriculum for her company's accomplished list of clients that include Caribbean Producers James (CPJ), CitiTrends, Couples Resorts, DIRTT Environmental Solutions, MBCC, Total Jamaica, Vistaprint, the US Army, City of Savannah, International Greetings, Savannah State University, and Interfor Lumber. It is her greatest work love along with Coaching and writing. A former journalist, the northern NY city girl turned ex-pat now spends more of her time delivering virtual training and consulting with organizations on best practices to eclipse the current economic downturn caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
Her strong work ethic and business acumen have been recognized by former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes and Congressman Jack Kingston. Jewel has also been featured in Georgia Trend magazine, the Savannah Business Report and Journal, Skirt magazine, Onyx Woman, The Savannah Morning News, The Savannah Herald, and London's The Post business newspaper and won recognition as Entrepreneur of the Year.
In every crisis, there is an opportunity. Get busy designing your Dream Career. Innovate to build Game-changing Business.
Jewel goes live to discuss the vision behind her fourth book, Three Sides of Every Crisis: Strategies to Sustain Business, Manage Your Career and Take Care of You. What was her inspiration? What things will you find between the pages? How do you find inspiration during a crisis?
"There is so much joy in developing people to discover their hidden gifts or to push past what seem to be surmountable challenges," Jewel says. This is what wakes her up every morning energized to engage, empower and excite you to achieve more than you currently imagine!