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Meet Jodi Rollins
Jodi Rollins Born in Upstate New York her family moved to Colorado when she was nine, where she grew up. Jodi studied theater and speech & mass communications in college. She then pursed acting and singing in both New York and Los Angles. Jodi also worked as a producer for KFI AM 640 the largest talk radio station in Los Angeles. She later hosted her own online talk radio show, had many acting, singing and hosting jobs in TV, films, radio and in the theater. She started her own web based business in Los Angeles in 1999. She built her company up to a staff of five employees. She then sold it to her investors. It was her creativity that peeked her investors interest to begin with. In 2011 Jodi married her husband, and now business partner who was living in Imperial County. She was hired at The Brawley Chamber of Commerce as the Events Coordinator. There she managed the Chambers websites, photography, sponsorships, marketing, social media, membership and was the committee chair of the Cattle Call Queen competition.
Now Jodi has started her second business. This time it is a creative marketing, media, management and events company called Rollins Creative LLC. Her company creates memorable and unique events. Jodi Founded the Imperial Valley Ag Expo and "Power Up!" - A women's business empowerment event in 2018. She is also a podcast host of Big Time Small Talk. Locally Jodi has has also worked for NoCCA (North County Coalition of the Arts) She is committee chair for the Calexico Youth Agriculture Advisory Committee. She is happily married, and lives in the Imperial Valley with her husband, daughter and step children. She looks forward to working with you!
J Rollins was born and raised in New Hampshire. He attended the Air force Academy then cross commissioned into the Army. After 20 plus years in the Army Major Rollins began working in tourism in Alaska, before for moving to Imperial County, California. There he worked as a reservist for the Army and began his career in agriculture. After 15 season as the director of operations for a large custom harvesting company, he joined his wife in creating the Imperial Valley Ag Expo. He continues to work in harvesting, however during the off season he is also a management consultant for Rollins Creative LLC. When he is not working J enjoys spending time with his wife and business partner Jodi, his five kids and coordinating his HAM radio club.