Allysen Kerr is an award-winning entrepreneur, brand strategist and multi-hyphenate creative. A published author, Allysen graduated from the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications, where she learned the art of storytelling and developed a passion for design and online media.
Originally from New York, this Jamaican-American launched her first venture at the age of 20, learning how to take a vision and turn it into a reality at a young age.
The former magazine publisher has been featured on CNN and is the founder and CEO of Prymel Elements. She uses her skills in marketing, branding, and business to help entrepreneurs and nonprofits build culture-bending brands and create a path for increased revenue.
When it comes to branding, Allysen believes that a strong identity and a clear vision are the core of any organization or business. Allysen is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and organizations bring their visions to life.
Based in Tampa, FL, she serves as President of the National Association of Women Business Owners – Greater Tampa Lakeland, which represents businesswomen in the West Central Florida region. Allysen is also a Past President of the University of Florida Tampa Gator Club. She is an advisory board member to Mentoring with Purpose Charity, a mentor for the Nonprofit Leadership Center’s Advancing Racial Equity on Nonprofit Boards Fellowship, and a member of Forbes BLK.
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