Are you clear about your identity as an entrepreneur? Is your vision for your business solid? As Entrepreneurs it is vital to the success of our businesses to have a strong voice and position when presenting our services and goods to the world. Listen as Shawn shares his journey and provides wisdom on how to take our Black Business to the next level.
Shawn Moore was born in Texas, raised in Baltimore, MD, and currently residing in Atlanta, GA, Shawn Moore holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications (concentration in Public Relations) from Bowie State University and a Master of Science Degree in Management (concentration in Organizational Leadership) from Wilmington University.
Shawn seeks to help students actualize their potential and move towards self-authorship, the internal capacity to construct one’s beliefs, identity, and social relations. In the student affairs field, Shawn has presented and facilitated workshops at the professional level on the topics of marketing/branding, leadership development, and sexual orientation and identity development for various organizations institutions. Shawn freelances as a graphic designer and creative consultant. He also hosts a podcast called The Mindful Rebel. The podcast highlights #LeadershipfortheCulture with interviews of entrepreneurs, educators, creatives and more to bring attention to everyday leaders in the community and focus on their success strategies in leadership journey.
In between reading comics, checking out the latest movies, collecting FUNKO Pops (yes, he has a mad obsession), and an occasional round with his PS4, Shawn is a Ph.D. student at Mercer University in the Educational Leadership program (concentration in Higher Education). Shawn explores student leadership and identity development for black gay/queer identifying men and mindfulness in education in his research. He is currently Associate Dean for Residential Education and Morehouse College. A quote that reflects Shawn’s professional mantra is a quote by John Buchan, “The task of leadership is not to put greatness into humanity, but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there.
Music: Blasian Beats
Book, Strengths Finders by Tom Rath
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