Shampale Fenessa is a screenwriter, author, poet, speaker and educator. She is the author of
Alphabet Love and has been featured in Essence Magazine and  published in Souls of My
Young Sisters
, the Oakland Review and Sheen Magazine.

While attending Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida she earned an athletic scholarship to
play collegiate basketball. In 2010, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mass
Communications. At Voorhees, she was crowned Miss Voorhees, joined the debate team and
wrote for the school alumni magazine and is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.

After college, she relocated to Atlanta where she landed an internship with a prestigious
marketing firm. She attend graduate school at Clark Atlanta University  to study English and
soon began following her heart to creative writing. In 2013 she earned a Masters of Fine Arts
degree from Mills College in Oakland, California.

Shampale went on to co-write
The State of Black Bodies, a poetic stage production that
achieved consecutive sold-out shows in the Bay Area. Shampale Fenessa currently lives in
Oakland where she teaches middle school English.

Shampale is represented by Diamant Entertainment Group CEO
Robert Williams

Photo Credits: Grand Productions Media
© 2017 Diamant Entertainment Group, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Shampale Fenessa Booking Opportunities:
• Screenwiter
• Conferences
• Poetry Events
• TV/Film/Modeling Projects
• Brand Ambassador
Contact: Robert Williams
Shampale Fenessa