Jaymie Meyer
Spokesperson, Singer, Writer, Entrepreneur


Whether keynoting or delivering her one-woman show, Jaymie Meyer’s performances include inspirational true stories that are both humorous and poignant. Her extensive experience as an actress, singer, writer and spokesperson makes her an outstanding communicator.

Jaymie’s one-woman show received the BISTRO Award for Outstanding Female Vocalist and the New York Native Outstanding Solo Performer Award. New York City appearances include: Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, The Firebird, Danny's Skylight Room, the Mabel Mercer Cabaret Conventions, ASCAP Songwriter's Showcases (NY and LA), and the Russian Tea Room. She has appeared solo at the Kennedy Center and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC.


She is a professional member of the National Speakers Association, the Int’l Federation of Public Speaking and an award-winning member of the Graybar Toastmasters Club in NYC. As a corporate spokesperson, she has toured nationally in Industrial Shows for AT&T and Canon. Industrial film and voice over clients include IBM, ITT, Memorial Sloan Kettering and Price Waterhouse.


Her debut CD What You’d Call A Dream earned fine reviews in Billboard and Playbill and received airplay throughout the US and Europe. The late Wes McAfee was the musical director and arranger on the CD. She was featured with Michael Murphy on a PBS Broadcast of their Brownville Concert Series appearance. Jaymie made her recording debut on a CD entitled This Life, featuring the music of Portia Nelson.


On stage, she has appeared in leading roles at LaMama, Mill Mountain Theatre, Commonwealth Musical Stage, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Syracuse Stage, Theater in the Park, Plays for Living and a solo engagement at Yale University. TV appearances include: One Life to Live and Another World. She was a guest vocalist on the Charles Grodin Show.


In addition, Jaymie is a certified wellness practitioner, stress management counselor and Ayurveda educator. She has been bringing wellness programs to corporations and to individuals for the past ten years. Her business is called Resilience for Life®. For more info visit: www.resilienceforlife.com


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