Brand Executive at the intersection of
Pop Culture and Politics
A change agent at the intersection of pop culture and politics, Jasmine has built a career anchored in relationships, data, and creativity to pioneer a new genre of Public Relations blending Entertainment and Social Impact as a medium to influence action and exchange ideas. Through independent practice, her clients have been featured in Black News Channel, Food and Wine, Black Enterprise Magazine, and Mogul Millennial.
Jasmine has received recognition by the American Business Women’s Association - Diamonds of South Bay Chapter as the 2020 Young Women Entrepreneur of the Year. She currently serves as Secretary of the National Urban League Young Professionals.
The Engagement Theory
Be the first to amplify your brand with The Engagement Theory - the entrepreneur's playbook inspired by Jasmine L. Kent's experience helping lifestyle brands and entrepreneurs connect with key audiences. Complete with creative antidotes and worksheets, The Engagement Theory helps founders transform their business into a brand that earns brand equity through engagement strategies that build a community of true fans.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Jasmine is a pleasure to work with. Her task was to generate buzz on the ground at our Us in Lupus event at Sephora in Westfield Century City Mall.
Her response: Book Tichinia Arnold to moderate. She understood the sensitives of the client and audience to bring the right media to cover the event. Jas brings new and exciting insights on media, she’s resourceful, and, most importantly, she brings results.”
Autumn, Los Angeles
As someone who is not social media savvy, it was wonderful to receive additional insight into how one can navigate the arena. Jasmine is very knowledgeable, patient and generous with her insights. I found my consultation with her to be well worth the time, energy and investment. She has great ideas and connects on both a personal and professional level.