Shekina Farr Moore: A Woman You Should Know

February 11, 2017

There are women and then there are women you should know.

 

Everyday women across the country and globe are making things happen in their world. They are women who have outperformed, innovated, discovered, defied and soared.

 

Come meet Dr. Shekina Farr Moore at the inaugural ZOOM CON in Atlanta, GA - Ramada Plaza, March 24-25, 2017!

 

Her Blah to Fierce movement is empowering women and girls around the country to move from mediocre stagnation to fruitful domination!


Dr. Moore, is an educator, author and gender & social justice advocate. She is the Founder of ZOOM CON and the CEO of B2F Girls Worldwide, a gender empowerment incubator that produces gender advocacy initiatives, campaigns and events. The incubator also offers life and girls empowerment coach certification and girls' self-esteem curriculum called CARBS™.

 

She has spoken out against gender oppression and disempowerment since 1992, penning her first published article, "Blocking Out the Gender Gap", while a high school student. This article garnered the attention of the National Press for Women. She is also the author of Blah to Fierce, Beautiful, Big-boned and Brown and co-author of When Dark Chocolate is Bittersweet: Controversy Within A Culture. 

Dr. Moore has since received many national and community awards for her work with social justice and gender advocacy, including the Volunteer Service Award signed by President Barack Obama and a standing ovation and read resolution by the GA House of Representatives. In 2015, she was named among Atlanta’s “Who’s Who” and was recognized as one of 52 Empowering Women Who Empower Girls in 2014. She has been featured for her work in gender advocacy by many publications, including The Huffington Post.

Dr. Moore and her husband, Stanford E. Moore, run EROOM Marketing Group--Black Reins Magazine, an American quarterly geared to African-American Cowboys and horse enthusiasts and Literacy Moguls Publishing Co.

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