Jerroll M. Sanders
Experience that Spans Industries, Roles and Decades
President and and CEO of ForChiefExecutives.com—an online portal that caters to chief executives and senior business leaders.
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President and CEO of Jireh Consulting, Inc., dba The Writing Company, Depeche Advertising & Design and Diversannt.
Sanders launched and grew into a multi-million dollar firm a three-division company—Jireh Consulting, Inc.,—that offered award-winning consulting, writing (The Writing Company), advertising (Depeche Advertising & Design) and training (Diverssant) services. Jireh established a national reputation for exceptional quality while serving clients coast to coast, including Union Pacific Railroad, Mariott Corporation, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Minority Supplier Development Councils, State of Missouri, City of St. Louis, St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association, Hallmark Card Company, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alberici Construction Company, Boatmen’s Bank (Bank of America), HBE Corporation, St. Louis Convention Center, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), St. Louis Rams and countless others. Jireh established a solid reputation for impeccable quality and ontime delivery.
Sanders—Recognized for Getting Things Done!
According to Jerroll, “Business has always been her thing.” Even as a young ten-year-old who rang the register at her family’s neighborhood store, Jerroll felt a rush from participating in the operation of her family’s business. As the family business enterprise grew, Sanders became more committed, leaving school headed straight to the business where she often worked until closing hours. By age 17, Jerroll would periodically oversee the family’s newest business addition while family members drove their semi-trucks down the highways and bi-ways to pickup loads of watermelons and Christmas trees sold at what the family called “the lot. The lot was a very profitable open air market in the City of Detroit that sold meats, vegetables, wild game, fruits, melons, soil, dairy and canned food items.
After college, Sanders returned to take an active role in the family’s manufacturing business, Security Land Door Company, which was first to manufacture and sell ornamental storm doors in mass to the citizens of Detroit. Sanders increased company sales by 300 percent in one year and installed quality processes throughout the company, from inventory management to customer service. Eager to experience a non-family business environment, Sanders joined Mobil Oil Company where she received accolades for exceptional performance that included helping dealers and bulk-plant operators manage successful enterprises. Sanders subsequently joined Southwestern Bell Company (a division of AT&T) where she designed a major integrated system to track Southwestern Bell’s 200 million dollar inventory investment. She also designed and implemented systems to reconcile perpetual inventory records to Southwestern Bell’s inventory general ledger. Sanders was recognized by Southwestern Bell’s most senior management for exceptional project management, consistent on-time delivery and project excellence. She departed AT&T to launch her own firm, Jireh Consulting, Inc.