JODI-TATIANA CHARLES is the founder and “Brandographer™” of LCG Brands, a unique brand and marketing consulting firm dedicated to educating entrepreneurs, small/medium businesses (SMB/SMEs), and international professionals on the importance of growing their personal and corporate brands.
She brings 25+ years of executive leadership in marketing, branding and communication successes with high profile organizations, including the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, MassChallenge Inc., Massachusetts Governor’s Office, Massachusetts Conference for Women, NBC Universal/Comcast TV, and Clear Channel Communications/iHeart Radio. Charles added an additional hat, as children’s book author, with her first book, "It’s Just A Rug" educating children about their heritage.
She earned a BA from Suffolk University in Communications in Journalism with a minor in Sociology, an MBA from Babson College in Global Management and Strategic Marketing – Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business, Executive Education Russia in Transition Certificate from Saint Petersburg State University, and a Certificate in Global Business from Harvard University Business School.
When not absorbed with all things marketing, Charles dedicates her time to children, elderly and cancer causes, through road races, mentoring and volunteering.
Building a Brand Identity
In this three-part class, students will learn how to develop and cultivate a personal or professional brand.
Intro to the Boston Startup Community
Get the the inside scoop on key events/meetups to attend, people, companies, VCs, blogs, incubators, programs, hot issues, and more.
Social Media Influencers Panel
General Assembly presents a panel discussion with some of the most influential social media movers and shakers.
How She Got There: An Evening with Female Entrepreneurs
Celebrate International Women's Day with an evening of female entrepreneurs sharing their stories.
From Startup to Scale-Up: Power up your Brand
Learn about how to brand and promote your start-up and bring it to the next phase