MEET THE TEAM

Aimee Schultz

Owner

Aimee lives and breathes Ocean City and the Jersey shore. She has spent the past 20 years providing strategic planning, developing brands and budgets, and launching proven marketing efforts for a wide range of regional businesses both professional and seasonal. Aimee is an Ocean City Chamber of Commerce Board Member, a Board Member of the Ocean City Education Foundation, and a Trustee of both the Cape May County and Ocean City Republican Organizations. Her specialties at JASM include brand development, strategic planning, advertising campaigns, event management and public relations.

Why did you name the company JASM Consulting? When I decided to start the company, it was a total family decision and a lot of sacrifices needed to be made. My family was so supportive and encouraging that I had to share the name with them. The acronym JASM represents each of us: James, Aimee, Shannon, & Maggie. Everyday, these are my stakeholders. Pretty cool, but they are tough on me, haha.

What is your personal mission statement? Live each day as if it was your last, no regrets. Believe and you will achieve!

If you could choose one super power, what would it be? Invisibility. The ability to go anywhere, see anything and hear anything without filters, would benefit so many decisions personally and professionally. It would also allow me to do great things for people anonymously and watch their true reactions- the joy would be overwhelming.

Nina Contento

Account Executive & Public Relations Manager

Nina graduated from Rowan University in 2016 with a Degree in Radio, TV, Film and Journalism. She is driven by everything media. Prior to her position at JASM, Nina was a TV news reporter/TV personality for a local South Jersey station and then moved into Public Relations, Production, and Social Media for a local video production company. Her interest in communications, backed by her dedication to preciseness, has helped her build not only her own brand, but also help others develop and grow their brands by word of mouth as well as social media.

What is something most people don’t know about you? A few years ago, I created and worked on a TV show based around all racing in South Jersey called South Jersey Speed. I’ve always loved the fast paced world of racing and cars because of my dad, who is a master technician. We built my first car together, which I still have ten years later (thanks to him.) Now, I get to drive around one of my dream cars, a Dodge Challenger.

What is your personal motto? John Lennon said it best, “Let it be.” I use this phrase often when I find myself in a situation I can’t control. It’s hard to let things go sometimes – especially when it’s not a favorable outcome. But I find that it can bring a sense of peace if you just let things be the way they are bound to end up being.

What are you most passionate about at JASM? I love sharing content. It’s always rewarding seeing the positive interaction with my community through the businesses I get to work with. I also love watching businesses grow and I love being able to help them do it.

Emily Hanover

Social Media and Digital Marketing Manager

Emily graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2014 with a Degree in Secondary Education and a minor in English. It was her love of literature that drove her to pursue her degree. Before she joined the JASM team, Emily was with South Jersey Ford as their social media and digital marketing professional. It was the love of developing content and being creative with how that content was delivered that led her to JASM.

What is something most people don’t know about you? For a while in college, I was in a band and played local coffee houses in the Cincinnati area. I loved it. I initially got into college for my singing ability, and while I don’t miss singing opera, I do miss the creative license I had when singing the songs I wrote with amazing musicians.

What are you most passionate about at JASM? I love engaging with the community and allowing their voice to be heard through social media. It’s also really rewarding working with small businesses especially since so many of my friends and people I know own small businesses.

What do you do in your spare time? True crime all the time. I’ve got to admit I’m a junkie for any documentary or podcast that highlights that sort of thing, and I don’t think there’s any podcast or true crime documentary that I haven’t watched or listened to.

Krys Morgenweck Rossner

Senior Graphic & Web Designer

A self-taught designer, artist, and all-around creative, Krys got her start in 2009 working as a production artist and traffic coordinator for local South Jersey newspapers and magazines. She now has over ten years of industry experience and has been part of design and development projects for many local businesses.

She lives on a wooded edge of the marsh in Cape May County in a beautiful cedar house that she and her husband designed and built together in 2018. They live with their two cats and dog, and soon there will be a small baby joining their family dynamic!

What are you most passionate about at JASM? I feel that supporting small businesses is one of the most important things you can do for your community. At JASM, being able to connect with those local businesses to create something meaningful, fun and engaging to help cultivate and maintain the relationship they have with their customers is the best.

What do you like to do in your spare time? This probably sounds like a cop-out, but I like to go for walks. (Can walking be a skill? I feel like I’ve mastered it.) I’ve also been spending more time practicing embroidery, and just started to learn rug hooking! My grandmother made very beautiful hanging rugs, and having that bond with her is special.

What are your favorite books or movies? When I need a bit of inspiration, I love to thumb through Josef Albers’ Interaction of Color. As for movies, you can’t go wrong with anything David Attenborough touches. We’re big fans of his work in my house.

Dimitar Dimitrov

Graphic Designer

Dimitar loves exploring in search of new and great design concepts. His strong branding and print design background is backed up by his BFA in Visual Communications from Stockton University.

Favorite part of your job? I enjoy the variety of design projects that working with JASM’s different types of clients and businesses offers.

What are your favorite pasttime activities? I enjoy learning new design techniques, reading the latest technology and space research news, and spending time with friends and family.

What’s your biggest accomplishment? One of my biggest accomplishments is graduating with Summa Cum Laude honors – all while working two full time jobs to pay off my school expenses.

Margaret Curry

Graphic Designer

A longtime South Jersey native, Margaret graduated from Liberty University in 2018 with a Bachelors in Graphic Design. Before joining JASM, she has worked for a variety of different businesses from a sign fabrication company in Millville to a small wholesale jewelry business in Cape May Court House. Though she is still fresh in her career, her passion for design and creativity fuels her and made her the designer she is now. 

What do you love about working at JASM? Helping local business flourish! Growing up in South Jersey, small businesses and mom and pop shops are plentiful, and I have had a love for supporting local businesses. I love getting to work with our clients to be able to create amazing things that will help their business flourish.

What do you do in your downtime? I enjoy getting to spend time outdoors! I went to college in the heart of Virginia, right in the Appalachians so there were plenty of mountains to hike and sights to see! There are so many beautiful parks here in New Jersey, I love getting to see what there is outside. When I’m at home, I enjoy playing video games (Animal Crossing is my favorite right now!), and spending time with my family.

What’s something interesting people don’t know about you? I played percussion from the age of 8 all the way to my senior year of college! It led to me joining my high school’s marching band and then getting a scholarship to be in my university’s marching band all through college! Being a part of my high school and college marching band not only helped me develop a rock solid work ethic, but was one of my favorite things about my college experience. 

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