Shaashawn’s Wedding Passport to Love: Perfect Pairing Ceremony 8.24.2013
From radio broadcasting to mentoring students, Mrs. Shaashawn Dial-Snowden has achieved many memorable life-changing moments. Her nickname “The Voyce” is a symbol of independency and expression that portrays how closed mouths won’t get fed. Mrs. Dial-Snowden is the goddess sent from above to teach others how to express themselves with confidence and knowledge. Her ambition and success is like no one else. Her achievements display her motto: “the sky is the limit.” Many know Mrs. Dial-Snowden as the Lead College Advisor & First Year Experience Coordinator at Central Penn College, but that’s not all that she wrote!
She is an award winning radio broadcaster, devoted-loving wife, seasoned public relations professional, dedicated poet (cultural arts programmer), engaging workshop facilitator / public speaker, educational and entertaining mistress of ceremonies, voice over artist, obligated ceremony/wedding coordinator and educationalist. To add to the list, Mrs. Dial-Snowden currently serves as the creator and host of the 4th Friday Open Mic Night at the LGBT Center of Central PA located at 1306 N. 3rd Street in Harrisburg and founding advisor of the Rainbow Society Club (formerly LGBTQIA Club) at Central Penn College.
There’s more! Mrs. Dial-Snowden the Co-Founder & Editor-In-Chief of Studs Magazine, the magazine celebrates the Handsomely Beautiful Women, masculine identified women who identify as dual spirits, studs, butches, doms, and aggressives. More of her skilled-work includes being the creator of fifteen original workshops crossing topics of multiculturalism in the workplace, leadership, self-development and growth and life within the same gender loving (sgl) community (lgbtqia). As you can see, her will power is never-ending.
Voycemail CD Cover
Mrs. Dial-Snowden released her first spoken word CD titled VOYCEMAIL January 30, 2010; the incredible CD is accessible at www.Shaashawn.com. Along with her CD, recent publications include: Below the Belt by Poem Sugar Press, Her Voice, a poetry collection presented by Lesbian Memoirs, and Tapestries of Faith: Black SGLBT Stories of Triumph, Family, Love, and Healing published by Glover Lane Press.
The military also played a big part in Mrs. Dial Snowden’s life growing up. Her education began around the world as the daughter of an active duty career military father and college English professor mother. She had the opportunity to live and study in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Her educational background includes: a Graduate Certificate in Academic Advising in Higher Education from Kansas State University (Manhattan Kansas) 2012, a Masters in Public Administration from Shippensburg University (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania) 2000 and a B.A. in Philosophy, Law, and Rhetoric from Stephens College (Columbia, Missouri) 1998.
Shaashawn with Brother and Mom at her wedding
Mrs. Dial-Snowden is the modern day Wonder Woman. Her energy feeds to any human being she comes in contact with. It’s so amazing to watch one person change lives every day just by giving a little confidence and expecting nothing in return. Her satisfaction arises when one achieves a step closer to their goal of success. Even after her recent wedding day, she still manages to attend to her personal life as well as her profession. When one can keep their wife happy and feel loved unconditionally, reach out to each and every individual, keep smiling even on the rainiest days; their heart will aid them to achieve the unthinkable. Shaashawn “The Voyce” Dial- Snowden is the true meaning of a living superwoman!
[Images provided by Shaashawn Dial]
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Janee McLean is a daughter, sister, friend, partner, athlete, part-time employee and full-time student. Janee is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies at Central Penn College and anticipates graduating summer term 2014. Janee’s life experiences began in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania and continued in the Bronx, New York. She relocated to Pennsylvania to attend Reading Senior High School where she graduated as an active member of the class of 2010. In addition to her academic studies, Janee works part-time at UPS as a package handler. Outside of the classroom, Janee has contributed on the basketball court in the center position the past two seasons for the Lady Knights basketball team, where prides herself on motivating her teammates to victory and consoling them in moments of defeat. Janee’s passion is advocating for equality of all human beings, as displayed by her involvement in the Rainbow Society Club. Post Central Penn College Janee intends to attend Columbia Law School in New York.