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Shana Anderson is a wife, mother, author, mentor, coach and inspirational leader. In 2019, she became an ordained minister, which she regards as her most prized accomplishment. A graduate of Southern Wesleyan University in 2005, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. In 2017, Shana obtained a Master of Business Administration – Project Management from Ashford University.
She authored an inspirational book, “It Is Well” based on her life experiences and personal relationship with God.
She created a women in business forum called Girl Talk which focuses on empowering and developing women.
Shana is currently Chief Operating Officer of ChooseSynergy, a coaching and business consulting company dedicated to helping companies and individuals reach their maximum potential and purpose in life.

It is well

✨✨✨Black Girl Magic ✨✨✨

Today, I am full. As tears stream down my face, I am encouraged even more that I matter. I can do whatever I want to do. At the beginning of my corporate career, I sat across my boss (he does not deserve the title of leader), anxious, excited and nervous about my first career planning…

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Angry BLACK woman?

Angry black woman? I have heard this phrase since I entered corporate America several years ago. It bothered me then, and now it bothers me even more. Angry black woman? As I watched the commentators speculate if Democratic Vice President nominee, U.S. Senator, former District Attorney, former Attorney General, Howard University graduate, University of California,…

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Run and Do Not Be Weary

Recently, I have found running has been an amazing way for me to clear my mind and relax. It’s funny because a doctor told me that I would never be able to run again due to rheumatoid arthritis. I remember how defeated I felt when he shared his opinion with me. But I serve a…

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Crazy or Courageous? You Decide

I’m bent but not broken! That was the title of a meeting I attended a couple of weeks ago. My first thought was who are these CRAZY leaders sharing their very personal stories about mental health, depression, and work-life struggles AT work. I thought to myself, “I wonder if they forgot we are at work.…

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quar·an·tine Time

It’s quarantine time! ? I know you’re asking why is Shana smiling because this is such a serious and emotional time for so many. Yes, I understand some of us may be going through probably one of the worst times in our lives. Being in quarantine is a state of isolation and can be very…

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My Mind Playing Tricks on Me

Oh, I am sick. I am depressed. I’m tired. I won’t make it through this….. I can’t pay my  bills. Why me? This week was filled with seeing and hearing others talk about things that were on their minds. The discussions and observations were heart felt, sad, and absolutely draining. And I started to think about…

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