Women in Business Lunch & Learn
Join Maury Alliance and the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce for a joint Women in Business Lunch & Learn! Jamie Dunham, Chief Brand Strategist at Brand Wise Collective, will be speaking on Branding Yourself and Your Business.
Most people have 12 jobs during their career. Everyone has a brand — by design or default. Jamie will talk about how you create your own designer brand for yourself and your business. She will cover off on what branding is, how to create the right digital footprint and what social media works best for different businesses. Jamie has worked with countless brands to improve their relevancy in today’s world.
Branding Yourself and Your Business
About the Speaker:
Jamie Dunham leads Brand Wise, a brand strategy firm with a focus on building cultural relevancy for brands. Dunham uses a combination of consumer insights, brand strategy and marketing to add meaning to brands.
Her podcast The Lipstick Economy offers perspectives on marketing to the 108 million adult women in the U.S. that make 85% of all consumer purchases. She is a frequent speaker and contributor to blogs and news media.
Jamie has provided counsel to many consumer and non-profit sectors. Brands she has helped guide include Beaches of South Walton, CareNow Urgent Care Centers, Community Health System, Gigi’s Cupcakes, HCA hospitals and health systems, NHC Senior Communities, O’Charley’s Restaurants, Pigeon Forge, The Land Trust for Tennessee, The United Methodist Church, Twice Daily, Urgent Team, White Bison Coffee and YWCA.
Dunham founded the popular Red Letter Day conference held in August of each year focused on marketing to women. She is a Past President of the Nashville American Marketing Association and is active in her Nashville community, currently serving on the boards of Begin Anew and YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee. She is only one of three women to receive the Silver Medalist Award from the Nashville chapter of the American Advertising Federation for contributions to advertising and her community.
You can recognize Jamie by her signature red lipstick and her Southern drawl. By the way, she can find her living on her iPhone and strong coffee in Nashville, Tennessee.