Shanice Graves

Public Relations & Marketing Professional

Location icon United States of America

Originally from the Midwest, Shanice attended Ball State University where she gained her degree in Public Relations and Image Management. After contributing her public relations and marketing background to the growing Midwest startup ecosystem, she went on to move to New York City where she has been apart of the fashion, technology, education and social good startup communities in radicalizing the way organizations embrace digital resources and tools.

She is an active advocate of embracing diversity and inclusion in the workplace and often speaks on leveraging your personal brand in the pursuit of navigating one's career.

Her Agenda

Her Agenda is a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. News, content, and a database of events and resources to help you get started or get to the next level of your career.

the Lala
Why Water Issues Are Women's Issues - the Lala

Women all across the world have a fascinating relationship with the word " without." What do I look like without makeup? What could my salary be without facing sexism? What is my identity as a woman without the pursuit of having children? We face these atrocities more fiercely than we ever have before.

The Impact of Gift-Giving - Give Lively

Gift-giving is an important part of human interaction. It has been documented throughout human history and across all cultures as a unique pastime that has helped to define relationships and strengthen bonds between family, friends, workers and many more groups. On the surface, one would naturally think the recipient would be the beneficiary of the expression.

Interview Assignment
Giving Tuesday

Created by the team at the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at the 92nd Street Y—a cultural center in New York City that, since 1874, has been bringing people together around the values of service and giving back—#GivingTuesday connects diverse groups of individuals, communities, and organizations around the world for one common purpose: to celebrate and encourage giving

Why Companies Need To Make Mobile Conversion Happen

There are almost 2 billion mobile users in the world. For the first time, mobile usage had recently surpassed desktop usage. By 2020, it is projected that smartphone usage will grow to 4 billion worldwide (Ian Thiel, Optimizely). So apps are very much a part of our lives because we're all mobile.

Open Source Fashion
How Rebecca Minkoff Views Instagram

Fashion is Your Business recently had Uri Minkoff, of Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff brands, on the podcast. During the episode they discussed the changing ways of reaching customers. (You can listen to epsiode 57 .) If you want to reach me as a customer: find my heart and next to it you'll find my credit card.

In A World of Love and Commerce

When you press two fingers on the screen of an Apple watch, a built in heart rate sensor records and sends your heartbeat. According to Apple, "it's a simple and intimate way to tell someone how you feel." So in the world of tech and commerce, Poshmark is all about love.Poshmark is an online marketplace making it si...

Amex Promises "Plenti" of Long Term Happiness and Love Hormone Oxytocins

American Express officially announces its new Plenti Rewards Program today, giving consumers access to earning points that turn into cash that can be used at participating Plenti partners including Macy's, AT&T and Exxon Mobil.Plenti, the first U.S.-based loyalty coalition, today announced that the program is no...

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