Mission: To provide individuals and organizations with etiquette and protocol preparation and life skills that will engage, enlighten and empower.
Vision: To be the premier communications company communities hire when looking to advance themselves and their organizations with foundational etiquette and protocol awareness and competence.
- Engage: Be an organization that positively occupies the attention of our clients and partners
- Enlighten: To inform and educate our clients and the community we service
- Empower: Provide our clients and our community with the information and confidence to achieve their goals and inspire others
The Scarlet Team
Scarlet Communications understands the importance of building a team that supports the overall goals of the organization and individuals that we serve.
Jacqueline M. Northrop Baker, Principal Consultant & Founder
For over 10 years, Jacqueline M. Northrop has committed her time and energy to the engagement of her community and the individuals in which she is dedicated to enlighten and empower.
Jacqueline takes a renewed, innovative and realistic approach to the etiquette instruction that she instills through her self-designed etiquette training. While the origins of etiquette span back several centuries, Jacqueline respects those traditions while making the everyday practices relevant, efficient and effective to today’s usage.
Jacqueline founded Scarlet Communications to provide consult and coaching in the areas of etiquette and employee engagement. She strategically works to create solutions and discover opportunities that will further the growth of organizations and arm youth, employees and executives with the critical life skills that will foster positive and productive business and personal lifestyles.
Utilizing the Engage, Enlighten and Empower model of Scarlet Communications, Jacqueline has provided training, coaching and consult to corporations and community organizations including, St. John’s Providence Hospital, Detroit Lions, SG Companies, Rhonda Walker Foundation, Links-Renaissance Chapter, Midnight Golf, Marygrove College, WDIV-TV 4, Kappa League, Cotillion Society of Detroit, Greater Detroit Area Health Council and Michigan Women’s Foundation.
She has also served in leadership and management corporate roles providing training, consult, public relations and event management to organizations including AT&T, Chrysler and Ford Motor Company.
As a Certified Six-Sigma greenbelt, Jacqueline consistently develops systems to aid clients in streamlining processes to assist in reaching their strategic planning and development goals.
Jacqueline obtained her undergraduate Public Relations degree from Wayne State University in 2004 and her Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology in 2008 with specializations in Interactive Technologies and Performance Improvement.
Jacqueline received certification as a Six Sigma Green Belt in process improvement in 2009.
In addition to her professional obligations, Jacqueline is a founding member of Detroit Young Professionals, a member of the International Society of Performance Improvement, the Public Relations Society of America and the Karmanos Cancer Institute Volunteer Board.
AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Jacqueline has been recognized for her commitment to the industries and communities that she serves:
2010 – Citizen Highlights, Ambassador Magazine
2011 – Rhonda Walker Foundation, Outstanding Volunteer
2012 – McDonald’s/Steed Media, Hob Nob Drive, Women Who Lead
2012 – Michigan Chronicle/Michigan Front Page – 40 Under 40
Jacqueline has been featured in a number of print, electronic and media outlets highlighting her etiquette expertise and unique and refreshing approach to etiquette instruction on media outlets including:
- WDIV – TV 4
- Tom Joyner TV
- Detroit Public TV
- Metro Parent Magazine
- BLAC Magazine
In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys her collection of James Bond movies, mentoring, snowboarding, traveling and aiding colleagues and associates in becoming the best possible version of themselves.
Aaron W. Jackson is an executive producer and CEO of House Lions Entertainment Group. His romanticism with society and need to better humanity, led to the genesis of House Lions Entertainment Group. House Lions combines Philanthropy, entertainment, and entrepreneurial business practices to eliminate poverty, homelessness, and other quality of life issues.
Aaron’s past work includes executive productions with 107.5 WGPR, 1400 AM WDTK, WADL TV38, and the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). He currently produces weekly shows on iHeartRadio, MY TV20 Detroit, as well as philanthropic work with the United Service Organizations (USO).
Aaron Brings 7 years of production experience and holds a B.A. and M.B.A. in International Business. He is currently completing his Juris Doctor at The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He currently resides in Detroit, Michigan.
Samantha Todd – Enrollment Specialist and Instructor
Deidre E. Sayles - PR and Organization Assistant
Who We Serve
AKA – Emerging Young Leaders
Big Brothers Big Sister of Metropolitan Detroit
Charles H. Wright Academy
Cotillion Society of Detroit
DC Mayor’s Office – Department of Employment Services
DC Women’s Business Center
Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences
Detroit Windsor Dance Academy
En Garde! Detroit
Girls for Global Growth
Greater Detroit Area Health Council
Lifting As We Climb Foundation
Links, Renaissance Chapter
Michigan Women’s Foundation
Rhonda Walker Foundation
St. John’s Providence Hospital
Thurgood Marshall Academy, Washington DC
University Preparatory High School
WDIV – TV 4