Jamara Wilson Professional Biography

"I'm aiming to be in a position where I can give back to communities of people in infinite ways."

Jamara Wilson is a multifaceted and discerning businesswoman who operates in excellence in all she does and isn’t afraid to be the only one on a narrow road.  Jamara is the Founder and Owner of Tuxedo Impressions LLC™, a boutique company that helps small businesses establish operational efficiency through standardized processes and workflow automation. She is also the Owner and Director of Operations of Progressive Cleaning, a commercial cleaning and janitorial services company that focuses on cleaning for health and appearance in Brevard County Florida.

With over 18 years of experience in project management, business operations and process management Jamara have successfully participated in the research and program implementation of various for-profit, non-profit and civic organizations on their operational agility and grassroots campaigns. Jamara Wilson’s ability to help businesses streamline their operations to sustain growth and increase their volume capacity has garnered her opportunities to partner with and consult for national organizations like the NAACP, Walker’s Legacy, State Voices, Faith in Public Life, and the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center (BISC) to name a few.

Since becoming an entrepreneur, Jamara Wilson has used her exposure to multiple industries, including mortgage financing and visual merchandising, to contribute to the diverse skillset she brings into her work with clients and partner organizations. Now, she supports and educates other business professionals in small business management, operational agility and vendor relationships through consultations, published articles and public speaking where she’s presented to audiences of the Annual Diversity and Leadership Conference, National Association of Black Accountants and Full Sail University to name a few.

Grounded by spiritual principles, Jamara believes that there is a purpose in employing all your natural gifts. She believes gifts are to be used for personal prosperity and to empower the community around you. She embodies the notion that with discipline, endurance and a mindset of being excellent on all levels no matter your resources, all things are possible.

Based in Central Florida, Jamara Wilson is recognized for her leadership abilities and passion for evolution.  With a special interest in community building, she has influenced change through several leadership roles within a variety of organizations.  Jamara’s work has led her to be a recent honoree of the distinguished Orlando Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award.  Currently, she serves on the Advisory Board of the Florida Diversity Council, a Board Member of 8 Cents in a Jar, an Executive Committee member of the Leadership Council for Junior Achievement of Central Florida, and a Community Coach for UCF’s prestigious Blackstone LaunchPad Powered by Techstars Entrepreneurship Program. Jamara is also a current participant of the competitive ATHENA NextGen 2019 cohort. 

When not working on building her empire one gift at a time, you can find Jamara learning new cultures through travel, dancing to a variety of music, growing from the pages of a good book or sipping tea for instant gratification.

In Her Words

“I’m not moved by intimidation, because I know my Value. I’m not delayed by fear, because I know my Power. Nor am I bound by weakness, because I know my Strength. I’m Strong, Valuable and Powerful.” - Jamara Wilson

She is a visionary!

Jamara is a visionary. She is resourceful and knows how to create efficiency by using technology for her business clients. I would highly recommend her services through Tuxedo Impressions and as a guest speaker.

Tannia DeCoteauDirector of Finance, Marketing & SalesMarriott Vacation Worldwide Corporation
Jasmine Burney - Clark
Best business solutions decisions!

Working with Tuxedo Impressions was one the the best business solution decisions we could have ever made. Streamlining the financial operations of our small non-profit during a time where the organization was in high demand and capacity was limited allowed us to maximize our success.

Jasmine Burney-ClarkExecutive DirectorFlorida's 501c3 Civic Engagement Table