Providing elite, Olympic, world-class champion female athletes for your VIP fundraising events, projects and keynote speaking opportunities
Yolanda L. Jackson is a strategic marketing professional with proven success at marketing athletes, directing promotional events and securing strategic partnerships that increase brand value. Through her in depth knowledge of athletes, she reengineered their public image and generated sponsorship revenue from some of the world’s leading corporations. She is a savvy business developer with the ability to cultivate and maintain strong alliances not only with athletes, but also with corporate sponsors, organizations, sports industry executives and the media.
In 2015, the USA Synchronized Swimming Board of Directors selected Yolanda as an Independent Director on the Board. In this role, Yolanda will be assisting in promoting the sport and working with the other Board members to increase its marketing and development capabilities. To read more about Yolanda, click here.
Yolanda L. Jackson & Associates, Inc specializes in matching elite, Olympic, world-class, champion and professional women athletes with:
- Sponsorship and endorsement prospects
- Corporate/sponsor events and projects
- Featured public speaking occasions
- Social responsibility advocacy
Athletes to Watch
Yolanda is the best connector in the sports industry to all women athletes in any sport
“I have had the pleasure and honor to work with Yo for 20+ years. As an executive at ESPN and a Women’s Sports Foundation member, I have watched Yolanda excel at connecting female athletes with business partnerships. Always with a smile too! She has been a powerful mentor and leader for our young female athletes and her work has been priceless to the growth of women’s sports.”
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