Jada Davis is a Social Entrepreneur and Memphis native who now resides in the Washington, DC area. As a multi-faceted entrepreneur, Jada created JD Global Strategies LLC (JDGS) to house the motivational line – Grind Match Apparel, promote sustainable travel through her exclusive voluntourism group for millennials - The Global Intent, and drive new and aspiring business owners to go from ideation to execution.
While she has an affinity for media, marketing, and organizational strategy, Jada also specializes in content creation, eCommerce, talent management, and group travel. As the former producer and programming managerof the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show, Jada's keen ability to be resourceful and anticipate needs during adverse times has made her an asset in all of her professional relationships. Her experience working with on-air personalities, artists, comedians, managers, and PR agents nationwide, prepared her to offer her own talent management services since 2016. As a writer, content creator, and global media recruiter Jada has been able to help other professionals find their dream jobs and identify best practices for monetizing their God-given talents.
As the child of full-time entrepreneurs, her love of travel started as a child while exploring the world attending expos, conferences, and global forums. From these experiences, “Jada-of-All-Trades”, has stayed grounded in her faith and focuses on opportunities that align with her values and passion. As an advocate of multiple streams of income, her mission and motto is, Shut Up Keep Grinding®- a phrase she has since trademarked. Jada’s love of writing, managing, and serving began over 15 years ago, and today she continues to use her gift to speak to the lives of others and continuously connect like-minded individuals. In 2020, Jada released an organization workbook, Get Your Shift In Order - the transformative guide to preparing your personal affairs. She also found her pivot through her passion for black women. Jada's newest business venture MOCA Defense, was a result of her pivot in the pandemic. This self-defense accessories brand for black women was co-launched with her sister Camille. While wearing many hats - Jada challenges her peers daily to find the passion within their purpose and monetize their gifts. Jada believes in doing what makes you happy and focuses her priorities on one clear theme, "in all things keep Livin' For a Living."