Shanon Lee

Shanon Lee
My Love For Writing, RAINN, WIFV
Writer, Journalist, Activist, and Media Personality
Washington, DC

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HuffPost Live, Wall Street Journal, Panoply for RealSimple.com, CTV , Television, Print, Radio, Online
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Shanon Lee is an American Writer, Journalist, Activist, Filmmaker and Media Personality that has been featured on HuffPost Live, The Wall Street Journal, TV One and the REELZ Channel’s Scandal Made Me Famous. She is a Contributor for The…

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Shanon Lee is an American Writer, Journalist, Activist, Filmmaker and Media Personality that has been featured on HuffPost Live, The Wall Street Journal, TV One and the REELZ Channel’s Scandal Made Me Famous. She is a Contributor for The Huffington Post, a Freelance Writer for The Washington Post, a Freelance Journalist for The Lily and a Featured Columnist for DivorcedMoms.com. Her parenting and relationship articles appear on digital publications including Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, ELLE, Marie Claire, Woman's Day and Redbook. As an official member of the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) Speakers Bureau, Shanon advocates for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. She is the writer, producer and director of Marital Rape Is Real.

Sub-specialties: Education – College Admissions, Health – Detox/Cleansing, Physical Fitness, Weight Loss, Mindfulness, Wellness, Addiction/Substance Misuse, Humanitarian/Social Justice – Intimate Partner Violence/Rape Survivors, Mentally Ill, Single Parents (who lack resources), Media & Entertainment – Pop Culture/Entertainment commentary, Music Industry, Film & TV, Diversity in Media, Women’s Issues – Pregnancy/Patient Rights, Childbirth, Domestic Violence and Marital Rape, Divorce, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Parenting – Single Parenting, Co-parenting, Blended Families, Entrepreneurship – Freelancing, Side Business Basics, Creative Entrepreneurs, Public Relations for Small Business Owners

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