Jazmin Harb is a freelancer, content producer, social media manager, marketing guru with a Masters in Visual and Digital Media from IE University. She acquired a certification in Hootsuite University in Social Media, Google Analytics and Adwords. Jazmin graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a dual degree in Marketing and Human Resources and a certificate in Digital Media.
Jazmin helped created the University of Colorado at Boulder crowdfunding platform along her classmates in her entrepreneurship class with Ray Johnson.
Her last position was at Remafi S.A, a marketing company, and in Percrea, an advertising company, both located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. She quitted her job to travel the world and empower other women to discover new places. Since then she has worked as a freelancer and as an influencer with companies such as Google, Samuel Hubbard, Visit Philly, Visit Memphis, the Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador among other tourism boards and companies.
She has also worked in the Sinlo S.A Wholesale Banana office in Ecuador. She interned for Course Hero, earning recognition as a “Top Student Leader” intern. She worked at rentinboulder.com as a leasing agent while serving as a social media intern for Todos Te Ven-Publicidad and Tropical Fruit Trading Company.
She attended the Collegiate Inaugural Presidential Conference in January 2013. This conference was very motivational for her career. She attended several guest panels including James Carville, Mary Matalin, John Ellis Bush, Joe Trippi, Lisa Sharon Harper, David C. Innes and Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
She made Dean’s list in 2009 at the Espiritu Santo University while she was attending Law School in Guayaquil, Ecuador. She became a member of the prestigious Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa, at Broward Community College in Davie, Florida. She worked as a customer intern for the summer for a retail store, Boulder and Beyond. In her younger years before a college student, she worked for presidential and congressional campaigns in Ecuador, and while in college she worked for presidential campaigns in the United States.
She was on the English debate team in La Moderna High School in Guayaquil, Ecuador and learned how to defend her points of view.