The 2023 Intention Planner
Weekly Faith Series
July 2022 - Present
Mizz Jasz Blog
January - June 2022
8 Lessons Almost Dying Taught Me
November 10, 2021
Halloween 2021: A Reminder to Look At What You Have
October 31, 2021
Writer's Circle Podcast (Episode 2)
August 14, 2020
Get to Know the Micro-Grantee: Jasz the Poet
August 4, 2020
Follow Our Anthology Journey: Trauma, Tresses, & Truth
July 22, 2020
5 Ways to Create Change with What You Have Now
July 13, 2020
Take Control of Your Finances With These 4 Principles
June 15, 2020
10 Time Management Tips For Busy Entrepreneurs
June 6, 2020
5 Tips for Working From Home Efficiently
May 3, 2020
I Thought I Loved Love
April 23, 2020
How Tatum Temia Built a Six-Figure Business By Increasing Her Faith
April 13, 2020
My Body, My Right to Know
March 27, 2020
3 Lessons On Faith and Spirituality That Helped This Entrepreneur Build Her Business
March 16, 2020
8 Black Millennial CEO's Share Their Daily Routines
March 3, 2020
8 Black-Owned Philly-Based Coffee Shops
January 2, 2020
Updated May 2020
Education & Awards
After graduating with a B.A. in Writing and Communications, a Masters in Education from the University of Pittsburgh, Jasz followed in her father's footsteps by becoming an educator in 2009.
Shortly after publishing her chapbook in 2015, Jasz created her own Composition and Communication course before transitioning to full-time entrepreneurship in 2019 to create room for her writing and non-profit.
In 2018, Jasz recorded a poem on Enon Tabernacle's Stellar-nominated album Totally. From the classroom to the stage, her work has garnered notable recognition including the 2016 Young Educator and Entrepreneur Award and the 2018 AIM-IRS Mid Atlantic Award of Excellence.
Mizz Jasz' debut poetry collection published October 2015.
Inspired by the movements and conversations surrounding Black Lives Matter and social justice in America, Jasz wrote a collection of poetry that sparked further dialogue around the reality and responsibility of our communities.
Since 2015, Jasz has used her poetry and educational background to run professional developments and workshops addressing the topics of race and responsibility, movement formation, and community relations.
Today, Jasz puts her words to actions with initiatives for communities of color through her non-profit Urgent 365, Inc.