Jazlan Brown

Being a successful entrepreneur has been a dream of mine since I was seven years old. Even at a young age, I knew that I wanted to create a certain sense of royalty upon entering a room. I visualized myself capturing the attention of each soul in a professional setting. Maya Angelou said it best in her poem Phenomenal Woman; "Now you understand, just why my head is not bowed. I don't have to shout or jump about, or have to talk real loud. When you see me passing, it ought to make you proud." These words are instilled in my life.

I am currently a Junior, Clark Atlanta University Business Administration major with a concentration in marketing. I am positive that enrolling in the school of business was the right choice for me. I am a "fierce competitor" and it is fierce competitiveness that will make me a successful entrepreneur. My ultimate goal is to own a franchise of boutiques that carry merchandise crafted by the young and most creative minds of our generation. I have a passion for helping others achieve their goals. If I can inspire or motivate just one person to be great, I will have fulfilled my dream.