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Areas of Specialty

Community Engagement, People with Lived Experience, Health & Racial Equity, Economic Equity

What matters to you?

Being a part of making changes that my children and community can be proud.

What are some wise words to live by?

We all have something that makes us special. Find what you are illuminating to the world. I Am Brilliant and you are too!

What brings you joy?

Puppy dogs and ice cream bring me joy. Being a mom of 6 and an entrepreneur bring me pride! If I can, you can. If not, we can change that!

Shemekka Ebony Stewart-Isaacs

Accompanier, Lived Experience Team

Shemekka Ebony is a remarkable woman who wears many hats and makes a positive impact in the world. She is an activist, a community researcher, a best-selling author, a business owner, a consultant, a speaker, a wife and a mother of The Brilliant Bunch. She is passionate about advancing well-being and equity on a foundation of racial justice. She is the founder of Black Girl Magic Market, which celebrates and supports Black women entrepreneurs. She is also the co-founder of I Am Brilliant, PLE Leaders, and the CROWN Campaign, which are initiatives that empower people with lived experience to share their stories and advocate for policy change. She has been featured in New York Times Magazine 2021 Money Edition and has received several awards for her work. Shemekka Ebony is an inspiration to many and a voice of lived experience expertise. Follow her community engagement work at CommunityChampion.Club.
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