US Brand Ambassador of the Month – Jennifer M.

Each month, Elevate rewards one brand ambassador from both the U.K. and U.S. for embodying our values and performing exceptionally for our clients. Each B.A. of the Month wins a $50 gift card and bragging rights! This month, our U.S. honor goes to Jennifer M. Congrats, and thanks for your hard work!

Why Jennifer Won this Month’s US Brand Ambassador Recognition

Jennifer has been a brand ambassador for 7 years, and only recently joined the Elevate family as a Team Lead for the ongoing Vitamin Water Active Tour. Almost immediately after being brought on to the team, she exceeded expectations and helped the Elevate internal team with the month long program.

Equipped with her natural ability to lead and vast knowledge of the New York area, Jennifer proved herself to be a great team lead. She is very communicative, and manages her team efficiently. The fact that she was so reliable allowed our team and client peace of mind, knowing that the brand ambassadors, and the event, were in good hands.

Thank you for all you do, Rebecca!


Jennifer’s Tips, Tricks and Advise for Being a Stand-out Brand Ambassador

For those up-and-coming brand ambassadors who are looking for more opportunity, read on for some of Jennifer’s wisdom.


1. What’s your biggest piece of advise for your fellow brand ambassadors?

“No job is too big or little; you never know where those experiences will lead you or who you meet that can grow your career.”


2. What frustrations do you come across on the job and how do you manage/troubleshoot them?

“It’s always when you are short staffed or the weather. They are things that are out of your control, so you either work with it or you come up with Plan B.”


3. What’s been the key to your success in this industry?

“Maintaining a constant level of work and winning different awards for EM of the year.”


4. What is your secret for getting booked frequently for jobs?

“Take everything offered and do your best at it.”


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