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About Zemira Jones
Zemira Jones is an exponential growth marketing expert.
He helps business owners avoid disruption by managing, building and then marketing their reputation to double, triple, and 10X results. Zemira helps CEOs, executives, and business owners solve their biggest pains, dysfunctions, and key challenges in turning their team into a well-oiled machine that contributes dramatically to the bottom line.
Zemira Jones is President/CEO of All American Management Group, Inc., an exponential growth marketing firm.
Zemira Jones transformed his serial successes in the corporate world into a successful marketing business for his clients while speaking to business owners and managers from every continent.
He developed these skills by creating exponential growth for the most challenging operations owned by companies like ABC, Disney, ESPN, and more. Now Zemira provides these same cutting-edge marketing strategies for exponential growth to companies of every size and situation.
Zemira served as a President/General Manager for ABC/Disney, ESPN and VP of Operations for Radio One, the 7th largest radio company in American. He was named one of the 8 Best Managers in the industry by Radio Ink Magazine and nominated as NewsTalk Executive of The Year and General Manager of The Year by Radio & Records Magazine. Zemira also launched the 24/7 ESPN Radio network for Disney currently operating in more than 300 markets.
Zemira has also consulted management from a wide variety of industries. He as also consulted CEO’s from around the world for the U.S. Information Agency, including several countries in Europe, Africa, and South East Asia.
Zemira has served on many boards in the fields of commerce, healthcare, journalism, philanthropy, and entertainment. He also served on a five-member board of directors for Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s media group, YMF Media LLC. MS Business Management and Marketing from Univ. of Maryland