Jasmin M. Goodman is a communications and entertainment professional with a true passion for millennials. A key contributor to the conversation surrounding digital and social media, Jasmin has been featured on top media outlets such as Atlanta’s 11 Alive News and EBONY.com.

Sharpening her skills over the years through an extensive career in media production and consulting, Jasmin has gained invaluable experience in communications and marketing, business development, and creative consulting. Having successfully launched The J.Michelle Firm, ProjectBlaq.com and ATLWEBFEST,  Jasmin has partnered with major brands such as Microsoft, Internet Week NY, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Department of Economic Development and The Create Daily. It wasn't until she taught on faculty at The Art Institute of Atlanta, where she was the youngest professor in her department, that she discovered her passion for millennial success. This passion would often lead to in-classroom "soap box moments" when it came to networking tips, resume blunders and overall career strategy. 

“I was determined to push my students into their greatness, “ Jasmin explains. “Literally graduating during one of the worst economic recessions of our time, I wanted to use my experience to help prepare them for life after college. As I now pursue my own passion, my goal is to combine my love for millennials with the creativity I had to develop to go from a frustrated millennial to functioning and from functioning to fulfilled.”

After a “blessing in disguise” layoff, Jasmin worked full-time launching her media brands while furthering her commitment to millennial success. First as a mentor for the Morehouse College Entrepreneurship Center and instructor at Camp Exposure, a youth entrepreneurship retreat. She was later named the Resident Career Expert at My Creative Connection, a resource blog for creative entrepreneurs.

Jasmin is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University with a B.A. in Mass Media Arts and minor in Business Administration, and has received an M.S. in Communication from Ohio University. A resident of Washington, D.C., Jasmin is currently pursuing her doctoral degree at Howard University. At Howard, she serves as an instructor and social media director for the Cathy Hughes School of Communication Entrepreneurship Research and Resource Center. Jasmin is a former board member for Atlanta GLOW and the Black Women Film Network (BWFN) and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.