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If you have ever taken the leap into entrepreneurship, then you know starting and growing a business is no easy feat. The numerous responsibilities can be enough to make you throw in the towel and settle into a 9 to 5 job. But one woman is here to help put new and aspiring business owners on the path to success. Meet Jada Davis, owner of JD Global Strategies.

Davis is an income execution strategist. In other words, she helps people get paid by creating marketable and efficient businesses through automation. Armed with her turn-key method to building brands, Davis has made it her mission to help aspiring entrepreneurs, especially Black women, get out of their own way and turn their ideas into a wealth-generating machine.

“My drive and desire to create multiple streams of income for my community is the driving force of what I do with JD Global Strategies,” Davis told What You Need to Know. “In our society, you have to have another stream of income and I will never encourage people to get multiple jobs or work extra-long hours. It’s all about efficiency. If someone tells me an idea or something they can do very well, I can show you multiple ways to monetize it.”

Making money through ownership is second nature to Davis. She was born with a strong work ethic and what she calls a “hustler spirit.” As a child, she watched her parents build successful enterprises in real estate and property management in her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. But it was in 2017, when she took her own leap of faith, that she was bitten by the business ownership bug. Davis left her job with REACH Media, Inc., a Black media powerhouse started by radio pioneer Tom Joyner. She has not looked back since. The self-described serial entrepreneur is building an empire with the launch of several of her own brands under the JD Global umbrella. To teach and inspire Black entrepreneurs, there’s Grind Match. Another is Moca Defense, a self-defense accessory brand to equip Black women with the resources to protect themselves.

From the looks of it, this multi-talented millennial has no plans of slowing down. As her trademarked phrase says, she’ll “shut up and keep grinding.”

About Jada Davis

Jada Davis graduated from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga and earned her MBA at the University of Texas at Arlington. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

To get in touch with Jada, go to www.jadadavis.com.