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Exploring Life & Business with Dr. Jasmine Leigh Morse of JLM Global Consulting X Girl Go Global

Today we’d like to introduce you to Dr. Jasmine Leigh Morse.

Hi Dr. Jasmine; thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, you could tell our readers some of your backstories.
I’ve been perfecting my craft as a writer and educator with intention and focus since my undergraduate studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. As a proud two-time HBCU graduate, I credit my foundation in these areas to the skills and experiences I acquired at Morgan State.

From English tutor in Morgan State’s Tutoring Center, from I believe, 1999 until 2002, to nearly 20 years of experience as a professional writer, educator, and senior advisor, my diverse portfolio springs from my core foundation. With over a decade of experience, I’m grateful to be known for my engaging lectures in the classroom, thought-provoking media interview skills, and creative ability to put words on paper. My keen ability to weave multi-layered messages that engage readers and inspire hearers has opened many doors for me. My career has offered me some great opportunities to do amazing things. I’ve served as a special assistant and speechwriter to one of President Obama’s political appointees. I made the Daily Record’s Successful by 40 Very Important Professionals list, became a President’s Management Council Fellow, interviewed celebrities on red carpets, published articles through several platforms, and so much more. From University lecture halls and speech writing brainstorming sessions to professional writing workshops, my natural next step was to fuse all my skills and talents to found JLM Global Consulting, a boutique communication firm.

We all face challenges, but would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
I’m the first to admit that my journey hasn’t been easy. It was filled with many long days, nights, and even tears. To some, I may have made it look easy, but navigating a doctoral program at Morgan State while working full-time wasn’t easy. It was challenging to navigate new positions and teams throughout my over 18-year career in government. It was also challenging to make sense of myself and my career goals with so much on my plate. Overall, all of my experiences have led me to this point, and I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life right now at this very moment. You know, thank you for asking this question. You’ve caused me to self-reflect on my life with gratitude for all my triumphs and struggles.

As you know, we’re big fans of JLM Global Consulting X Girl Go Global. For our readers who might not be as familiar, what can you tell them about the brand?
I lead a communications firm specializing in unpacking visionary ideas, assessing challenges, and providing the framework and training for persuasive, purposeful, and powerful written and verbal communication. My team and I are proud to serve other business owners, industry leaders, public figures, and authors.

To feed one of my deepest passions, I founded Girl Go Global, a community for women, where I connect with women through my podcast, books, and blog. I aim to empower women to join their faith + their works to live the courageous life for which God created them. Through JLM Global Consulting and Girl Go Global, it’s my mission to support and serve others. Whether I’m providing the communications formula to assist business owners with making a global impact or supporting women with fulfilling their true destiny in life, I aim to show up authentically to use my best skills and resources to serve my clients and women.

Who else deserves credit for your story?
My greatest supporters are my husband and mother; they make me believe I can do anything. As a business owner, my husband advises me on all aspects of the business. His experience as a business consultant has been invaluable to me. My mother, who is an attorney, offers me legal counsel as well as consistent encouragement. As I build my business and community for women, I’m grateful for every client who trusts me to advise them. I’m also thankful for the opportunity to regularly connect with a community of women through my podcast and other resources like my books and blog. I couldn’t be more thankful for every client referral, podcast guest, or anyone in between.

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Photographs: Naaman Brown Graphic Designs: Danielle Sykes, Caryberry Graphic Design

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