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The Team

Who We Are

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Marsheda Ewulomi Esq.

Founder & CEO

Marsheda Ewulomi, Esq. is a licensed attorney who marries her love of negotiation, leadership management and development, storytelling, and strategy to advance positive change. She does this by supporting organizations, grassroots coalitions, women, and business owners to operate more efficiently and equitably. She is the Founder and CEO of Ewulomi Works LLC, a consultancy that supports organizations and business owners in disrupting the status quo. She is also the Founder and CEO of She-Verse LLC, an organization dedicated to supporting women and girls in identifying who they are, pursuing their purpose, and owning the power that comes from that journey.

 

A Lansing Michigan native, Marsheda graduated with Distinction from the University of Michigan in 2012 with a BA in English and African and African American Studies and received a JD cum laude from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Before law school, she taught 7th and 10th grade English in Washington, D.C., as a Teach for America Corps member and later worked as an academic and behavioral interventionist at Mid-Michigan Leadership Academy. As the daughter of immigrants, and great-great-grand daughter of sharecroppers, Marsheda moves with a sense of purpose to ensure that the perspectives she represents and the voices of individuals with the least access to power inform her work. 

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"In the words of Beyonce's husband, 'I'm not a businessman, I'm a Business Man.' We all have unique gifts that may seem disparate but are actually connected. Our life's work is to find the best strategies to manifest our full selves. I love storytelling (art), transforming systems (policy), strategy & negotiation, and supporting women in discovering their voices and dreams. I refuse to choose between my loves. Let me help you discover your passions and live a life where you don't have to choose."

 

-Marsheda Patrice, Esq.

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