Brand & Marketing Strategist, Consultant, CEO and Podcast co host
Jennifer Yassen is a holistic marketing consultant, brand strategist, Brand & Marketing Coach, podcast co-host, and the Founder and CEO of The Freed Agency, a brand marketing agency, that focuses on helping heart-centered entrepreneurs leverage social media and attraction marketing strategies to attract their most loyal customers so that they can increase their awareness and sales and influence!
With a corporate background in the fashion and music industry, she worked in critical leadership roles where she achieved success using her extensive experience to ideate, create, and execute successful marketing strategies, campaigns, and events to connect people and brands while driving record levels of awareness, engagement, and growth. She’s helped develop brands and product lines launched innovative collaborations and partnerships including, Revolve and FabFitFun, Loote Music, as well as go-to-market strategies, which included launching several celebrity brands globally including Flower Eyewear by Drew Barrymore and Kendall + Kylie eyewear.
Her determination flame has never wavered even after her personal and professional life took 180 at the beginning of 2020. Now through her work as an entrepreneur, she focuses on helping mission-driven entrepreneurs cultivate successful businesses by connecting the dots of their passions, story, and life experience through effective storytelling so they can create world-changing brands. Everything that exists on this planet has a purpose, and that includes each and every one of us. We have been called to do something magnificent, and no one can fulfill it but you.
Her agency Freed, named after her father Fred, is dedicated to ensuring people are Freed to be who they are so they can live a life of fulfillment, freedom, and joy.
She has recently been featured in LA Weekly, Voyage LA and the CEO Mondays Show with Jen Gaudet.
Jennifer Yassen had been in a relationship with the same man she had been with since she was sixteen. It wouldn't be until year s…