About Me

Jazmine Woodberry is a journey(wo)man journalist turned marketing communications maven. After nearly half a decade as an apprentice and freelance writer published by Thomson Reuters, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times Co., Huffington Post, The Arizona Republic, the Arizona Daily Star, the Tucson Weekly and others, she moved to business communications. She’s worked with local startups and nonprofits as well as Fortune 500 companies in arenas ranging from real estate, retail, animal welfare, financial services, writing, and technology — and is currently a global content strategist for Fortune 100 B2B tech company, Avnet Inc. She’s also principal of Berry Media, where she creates marketing communication plans for solopreneurs and small businesses.

A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Arizona, Jazmine also taught journalism during her undergraduate career, mentoring hundreds of students in freshmen-level university courses.

In her free time, Jazmine gobbles up new books, music, and movies, cooks as much as she can and finds enough time to squeeze in night rides on her cherry red ’70s Schwinn Varsity.

They said it: “Jazmine always brought a positive, open attitude to the […] newsroom, and I truly feel blessed to have worked with her. Not only does she excel in professionalism, but she exudes warmth and enthusiasm at all times.”

– Laura Donovan, L.A.-based writer