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Jordan Elizabeth Gelber ’10

Class of 2010, Major in Art, Graphic Design concentration and Communications Arts.

  • Jordan Elizabeth Gelber '10

“My art and design teachers really helped shape me into the entrepreneur and woman I am today, I thank them for their time, patience, and support in cultivating my creativity.”

Jordan Elizabeth Gelber ’10 is proud to credit MMC for putting her on a path toward success. “My college experience transformed me into the person I am today. Marymount Manhattan gave me a voice and allowed me to find my own way,” she says. “Being a double major and double minor, I was able to fuel my creative needs with practical business needs.”

Gelber’s senior thesis, which examined how young professionals in the entertainment industry use social networking sites to brand and market themselves, was the foundation of her current company, Starbaby Enterprises. Through Starbaby, Gelber leads coaching programs that teach actors and other creative professionals how to successfully market themselves via online platforms.

Additionally, Gelber co-produces with Bonnie Bruderer the AskBonBon TV show, soon to be internationally syndicated. Gelber has also created a community of female artists called the “Bon Bon Girls” that spreads the message of women empowering other women.

She says, “Work takes up my life, but that’s because I don’t consider it work. I love what I do!”

This spotlight originally appeared in the Winter 2017 issue of MMC Magazine and has since been updated.

Class Year and Major

Class of 2010, Major in Art, Graphic Design concentration and Communications Arts.

Testimonial

“My art and design teachers really helped shape me into the entrepreneur and woman I am today, I thank them for their time, patience, and support in cultivating my creativity.”

Art and Art History