Natasha Hazlett is a branding expert, award-winning Internet Marketer and attorney. She is the co-founder of Fast Forward Marketing LLC, the author of several courses including Branded: 100% Authentic, The Savvy Entrepreneur’s Guide to Building a Savvy Business Online and the creator of the Irresistible Brand Blueprint™, which helps entrepreneurs to create a profitable and fun business online.
Over the past 5 years, Natasha has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs from around the world to create a business (and life) they love using her proprietary brand blueprints.
She works with a wide variety of clients—from aspiring entrepreneurs with just an idea to six and seven-figure business owners. Natasha and her team train, coach and mentor clients to define, build and monetize their profitable and authentic brand online.
She is a speaker and trainer at marketing events around the country. To see where Natasha will be speaking next, check her schedule.
Natasha was honored by the Idaho Business Review with the 2013 Women of the Year award and is an active volunteer in Boise, Idaho.
Diplomas on Natasha's Wall:
BA in Advertising and Political Science- Southern Methodist University
Juris Doctor- Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University
Husband: Rich (Pay Per Click Advertising Extraordinaire)
Dogs: Dixie (Shepard Mix) Dakota (Newfoundland)
Favorite Past-Times: Karaoke, Snow-skiing, shopping, cooking
Favorite Food: Anything Lebanese
Favorite Movie: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Biggest Surprise: Receiving the prestigious Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Leadership Scholarship at SMU
Biggest Fear: Heights
Biggest Accomplishment: Collecting and distributing over 10,000 stuffed animals to the youngest survivor’s of Hurricane Katrina through Bear Hugs With Love (an organization Natasha co-founded with a sorority sister)
Biggest Source of Inspiration: God.
Best Advice: “Climb the Ladder of Success, but when you do so…do so with honor.”
Childhood Dream: To Be a Movie Star!
My 15 Seconds of Fame: I was on the Jay Leno show in a skit with Howie Mandel in 2002.