Born and raised in Greenville, SC, Jamie Prince founded Flourish in 2009 after spending nearly fifteen years in marketing and corporate communications, serving in management positions at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and subsequently for The Cliffs. She has a knack for targeted idea generation and “seeing what’s missing” in an organization’s current marketing and communications plan. Having had the good fortune of working under three different visionaries in their fields, Jamie leads by example and provides her clients with a warm honesty, keen sense of understanding, and passion for success.
Jamie received a 2015 Leader Award by Business Black Box magazine for “Best Boss” and was named among Greenville Business Magazine’s “Best and Brightest: 35 and Under” in 2012 and has served as President of the Board of Directors for Carolina Ballet Theatre. She currently serves on Greenville Women Giving’s 2016-2017 Board of Directors, the Rose Ball Committee and Buncombe Street United Methodist Church’s Stewardship Committee. Jamie is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and the AAF-Greenville Chapter, and she is a former officer and longtime member of the South Carolina Public Relations Society of America. Additionally, Jamie is a graduate of Furman’s CONNECTIONS: Women Leaders of the Upstate program, as well as Leadership Greenville Class 33.
Under her leadership, Flourish has grown to a team of 9 individuals, and has received top honors for work in integrated communications in South Carolina. Flourish’s community service has been recognized in its nomination for the 2013 TD Business and the Arts Partnership Awards, and by its contribution of pro bono work for organizations that include Greenville Women Giving, Carolina Ballet Theatre, and The Rose Ball, among others.
Jamie received her undergraduate degree from The Honors College at the University of South Carolina and attended New York Law School on full scholarship. She was a Phi Beta Kappa, and is an active alumna of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is married to the long-time love of her life, David Prince, and is the mother to three children, Reese (8), Jack and Emmy (5). She and her family are members of Buncombe Street United Methodist Church