Meredith Sasseen is a nationally recognized
Brand Journalist and Business Coach in the LOHAS industry (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) with 20 years of internet marketing experience. She blends professionalism and business savvy with her personal discipline and focus stemming from her experience teaching yoga as well as serving as a Sensei at Hapkido International.
Meredith is the lead Facilitator for Branding Bootcamps, a business strategy & marketing experiential course specializing in Persona Brand and Identity development. She works with start-ups and entrepreneurs who are ready for a reboot that includes strong messaging, clear offers and strategic focus. Her clients report becoming more conscious about their brand identity, social media strategy and framework for accountability. She coaches up to 10 clients per quarter and works with up to three companies per quarter. For more information, click here.
As a member of the National Speakers Association, Meredith engages audiences with refined communications skilled and a unique understanding of how words create very specific experiences for an audience. She has presented at the National Wellness Institute Conference, the National Retail Federation, Jupiter Research Conferences, International Women in Technology, WOMMA and ad:tech. She frequently does video interviews and freelance reports as a yoga festival reporter.
As the former Head of the Internet Division for The Sharper Image, Marketing Director of ad:tech as well as President of the Chicago Interactive Marketing Association she pioneered the first waves of the online advertising entering into the standardized media plans of big brands all over the world.
Meredith’s trendsetting viewpoints have been published widely in national media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Business Week and she has appeared on CNN, MSNBC and CNBC. She has also been featured in Yoga Journal and Origin magazine.
Meredith lives with her husband in Boulder, CO and continues to demonstrate that fitness, spiritual practice and business can co-exist in a mainstream lifestyle. Meredith is grateful to her communities, her teachers, her clients and to her peers who inspire her everyday to be in service of the highest.