Juvo360's Community Partner Team Onboards New Members

Juvo Jobs hires two new team members, Jasmine Vanhorn and Keseyanna Henderson, to assist with the growing partnership and employment initiatives. 


Juvo360 is proud to announce two new talents to the partnership team, led by Vice President of Partnerships, Jeff Baumohl. Henderson will serve as the company’s Community Development Coordinator, a role created to establish relationships with various local partners and organizations to grow the Juvo footprint across the community. Vanhorn will serve as the Community Engagement Representative for Juvo, contacting businesses and assisting them with their hiring processes. 


"We are very excited to have Jasmine & Keseyanna join our team and accelerate Juvo’s ability to help businesses connect with the job seekers in the community they so desperately need.”  


Henderson hails from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, AL where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Her background is in the military and at Reflective Apparel, where she worked as a Production Scheduler. 


“I am ecstatic to be a part of an amazing company. I am excited to see myself, as well as the company, grow,” Henderson says.


Vanhorn, a recent college graduate from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies. She comes from a background of helping people find work through her experiences working for IM Academy, a platform dedicated to educating others on the importance of personal finance.


“I am so excited to help people find employment! One of the main reasons why people have issues investing outside of education is that they don’t have the capital to do so, which is why I am so happy to be a part of the Juvo team, making a positive impact on everyone,” Vanhorn says.


Juvo 360 is a company focused on creating work opportunities for the hourly community. To learn more about our app, please visit www.juvojobs.com or visit our social media @JuvoJobs. Download the app on the Apple App or Google Play stores today.