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Jennifer Jasper: From Petty to Powerhouse Entrepreneur

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Jennifer Jasper CEO - God Ain't Petty But I Am

Jennifer Jasper aka The Petty President is proof that pettiness is a superpower. With over a decade of entrepreneurship experience, Jennifer is an insurance agency owner as well as the owner of 2 clothing brands, ENjEN DESIGN and God Ain’t Petty, But I Am.®️

Jennifer knew she struck gold when she first uttered the words “God ain’t petty, but I am” while leading a young adult bible study session at her church. Her students’ reaction to the phrase told her that it belonged on a shirt, and the rest is history.

She launched God Ain’t Petty, But I Am in August 2020, and the company has seen explosive growth under her leadership. Thanks to her marketing expertise and entrepreneurial spirit, she was able to lease a retail location in May 2021, hire two employees in October 2021, and hit her first $10K month in January 2022. Since then, her team has more than tripled in size, and the company has reached the $70K-per-month milestone.

Through it all, Jennifer has trusted in God’s timing and never doubted that He’s always looking out for his pettiest soldiers.

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God Ain’t Petty But I Am T-Shirt

Although she’s grown her solo T-shirt business into a 7-employee operation and scaled up to 6 figures in under two years, Jennifer is most proud of the community she’s built with the God Ain’t Petty, But I Am brand.

An endless source of petty creativity, Jennifer has been dropping fresh new designs for the Petty Pew every single week since December 2021. She loves that her designs give people a chance to show off their pettiness, make people laugh, and spark conversation.

Jennifer’s mission is to inspire others to pursue their dreams and live their best lives by sharing her story and her wisdom. She is a true force to be reckoned with, and there’s no telling what she’ll achieve next.

An in-demand speaker and source of inspiration for fellow entrepreneurs, Jennifer is well-versed in a number of topics including reviewing Shopify data, pressing T-shirts, running a T-shirt brand, advertising, and marketing.

Jennifer is always hustling and grinding to reach her goals. She knows that anything worth having is worth working for.

Whether she’s running her insurance agency, designing new T-shirts, or helping other entrepreneurs, Jennifer is always on the go. But she makes sure to take time for her two favorite things: spending time with her loved ones, and of course, being petty.​

Visit www.godaintpetty.com to learn more about how Jennifer can share her entrepreneurial and design expertise with your audience and for details on how you can support God Ain’t Petty, But I Am.

John Lawson is an award-winning ecommerce entrepreneur and best-selling author, his entrepreneurial spirit helped him achieve a level of success that few obtains. After consulted Fortune 100 companies at Accenture he took his expertise to the world of small business, today mentoring entrepreneurs on topics such as ecommerce and digital marketing strategies. John is a small business power player, listed as one of the Top 50 SMB Influencers by All Business. Recognized for his work in ecommerce, John received two Small Business Influencer awards from SmallBusinessTrends.com and won 
“Business Book of The Year” for his book “Kick Ass Social Commerce for E-prenuers.” You can follow John @ColderICE on IG, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.


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