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

Photo Credits: Grand Productions Media
Shampale Fenessa Booking Opportunities:
• Screenwiter
• Conferences
• Poetry Events
• TV/Film/Modeling Projects
• Brand Ambassador
Contact: Robert Williams
Shampale Fenessa