Who am I?

Hi, there. My name is Shawn C. Harris. I’m eager to provide communications support to your organization.

A Few Things to Know About Me

  • Playwright, blogger and aspiring novelist (working on it!)
  • Globe-trotting native of Richmond, Virginia who’s also lived in Tallahassee, Beijing, Shanghai, and Brooklyn
  • Giant nerd and huge fan of fantasy, horror and roleplaying games
  • Rottie lover

Why do I want to do this?

Because I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to realize their dreams, manifest their vision, and fulfill their purpose.

I go about doing that by…

  • Helping others express their mission to the world
  • Striving for creativity, clarity, and humanity
  • Supporting diversity, justice, and equity
  • Working with others who share these values

I just happen to create and organize print and digital communications.

What better way to make that real than by working with you?

Who Are You?

Do you  . . . ?

  • Put people and purpose above profit?
  • Believe in mission over money?
  • Work with an arts or social justice organization?
  • Have better things to do than fiddle around with a website, blog or social media?

I’d love to talk with you. Click here to get in touch today.

“Shawn is a passionate and eloquent advocate for a more inclusive, just and compassionate world. I admire her writing, both online and on the stage, and have been impressed with her determination and imagination as a producer. I look forward to following her career, and expect her to make a continued positive impact on the world around her.”

Gus Schulenburg, Director of Communications and Community Engagement at Theatre Communications Group

Shawn is one of the smartest and most enterprising and resourceful people I’ve come across in a long time. Passionate about her work as a writer, she is equally passionate about the theatre industry and arts industry as a whole—and she has a tremendous sense of how to organize, how to communicate, how to strategize, how to innovate, and how to be thoughtful and serious about change in an industry that is not always embracing of it.

Leonard Jacobs, Founding Editor of “The Clyde Fitch Report”