Jazmine Martin

2224 Village Circle, #1333
Website: thegeekynomad.com

Professional Experience

I am a geek of many colors with a passion for helping people. With 6 years of niche reporting and email marketing, 8 years of Non-Profit administrative experience, and recently turned part-time freelance project manager. I am your answer to problem solving on the fly and an healthy sense of humor. I am fluent in geek (broken Klingon and Quenya), but I am also passionate about words and how they move people on a daily basis. People refer to me when something on the internet is too ...nerdy to understand. I’ve been called “quirky”, “organized” and “attentive to details”, all of which fit. My area of expertise include: email marketing, pop culture journalism, content marketing and SEO, conversational web copy, candid photography, event planning, niche blogging, and agile mindset.


2 Years
Social Media
Entry Level
3 Years


3 Years
Entry Level
Entry Level


Short Film
Entry Level
Online/new media
1 Year
5 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

2 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Sirus Gaming (3-5)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Fidelity (1-2)

Technical Skills

Task Management, Networking, Content Management Systems (CMS), Digital Photography, Social Media Platforms, Communication

Computer Skills

Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Excel


Broadcast, Video Production, Lighting Design



Creepy Jar’s Green Hell released with a teaser on Steam of the closely watched game this August. With only the Survival or Challenge modes active, I decide to try my hand at Survival on Normal. It looks fantastic and plays within the environment just as smoothly in any setting.
As a working adult millennial, I’m sure that I am not alone in saying the Netflix x Sanrio’s, Aggretsuko really hit the feels. When it was announced at Anime Expo that Season 2 was in motion, I had to catch my breath. Then I got to thinking about what else could Retsuko show us from her corporate life. So, here are 5 things I want to see in Aggretsuko, Season 2.