The woman behind Haute Consultants…..

Ammesha Samuels is a young and budding entrepreneur at age 24 in the field of marketing. She is CEO of in Haute Consultants which has been in existence since 2012, but was previously co-founder of another similar company that started in 2009. Her company specializes in public & media relations, image & brand consultants, promotions, events management/wedding planning, general marketing (developing ideas and researching), talent management, fundraising, grant writing, and casting management. She is currently the Project Manager for the North West St. Ann Constituency and its foundation, the Sponsorship & PR Consultant for Race For Hope, Radio Presenter/Host ‘The Leading Edge’ on Bess 100, and Managing Consultant Hybrid eSolutions.

 
Ammesha studied at the University of the West Indies, where she did her degree in International Relations. She is now pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration at the Mona School of Business. She has strong expertise in events planning and marketing, working on major events including Race For Hope NHT Housing Expo, Digital Jam 2.0, Caribbean Growth Forum, Global Reggae Conference, Mom To Be & Baby Expo, Recharge, Hype Tv Award Show, and The Jamaica Association of Young Professionals monthly business mixers. Ammesha Samuels has also lend her talents to various charitable organization by assisiting them with public relations and marketing.

Ammesha Samuels

She is actively involved in doing charitable work as she is often time requested for assistance because of her role played in the area. She currently enjoys working with the St. Andrew Rotaract Club where she serves on the district board as Assistant District Rotaract Representative and District Events Chair. She is a former board director of One Touch Charity, she is the Vice President for Jamaica & Eastern Caribbean for the National Association of Jamaican and Supportive Organization (NAJASO) and an executive director of Jamaica Association of Young Professionals. She is also the co- founder of the Social Entrepreneurs Network, an organization seeking to pioneer the recognition of social entrepreneurship in Jamaica.

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