Valerie Jennings, CEO of JSMM and VBM, Featured on ThisIsKC with Fellow 2015 Most Wanted Honorees
Valerie Jennings, CEO and founder of JSMM and VBM, is featured alongside top Kansas City influencers on KC Magazine’s website as one of KC’s Most Wanted honorees. Every year, KC Magazine selects dynamic, passionate and charitable professionals to be honored as KC’s Most Wanted in an effort to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City (BBBSKC). This year’s class of 2015 honorees features leaders who are making a big difference in their profession and in the community. Her story, along with the other honorees, will also be featured in the December print issue of KC Magazine.
Jennings has proven she is an avid member of the community, serving on multiple boards. She also helps mentor entrepreneurs through Betablox and has served as an expert panelist for Kauffman Scholars, KCNext and more. Jennings is one of the most advanced social media experts around and is considered an early adopter. She plans to use her skills, talent and resources to raise money for BBBSKC. She has personally set out to raise thousands of dollars in cash donations and via her luxury auction package for BBBSKC.
All of the Most Wanted honorees are putting their creativity and resources to use in developing once-in-a-lifetime auction packages to be bid on during the Most Wanted Auction on Saturday, December 5. All proceeds will go to BBBSKC in an effort to raise $200,000 for the organization.
Jennings’ Most Wanted Auction package includes items from Kansas City’s most luxurious retailers, restaurants, jewelers and luxury car dealers including Aristocrat Motors, House of Denmark, Geno’s Clothiers, Mazzarese Jewelry, His and Her Fitness and The Grill at Park Place. Click here to see what all is included.
About BBBSKC: BBBSKC was recently named Big Brothers Big Sisters Agency of the Year out of 400 facilities. Serving over 1,700 youth in Kansas City each year, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City (BBBSKC) provides children facing adversity in one-to-one life-changing friendships with adult mentors. BBBSKC believes that youth who have a positive adult influence in his or her life are better able to reach their full potential.
To donate to Jennings’ personal donation page, click here.
To see the full list of Most Wanted honorees, click here.