Shemeka Woodson (she/her) is a nonprofit management professional and a collaborative community change agent who is passionate about people empowerment, human capital, and serving marginalized populations. She carries eight-plus years of administrative and managerial experience with a versatile skill set ranging from data entry, project management, program management and evaluation, grant writing, branding/marketing, and social media management.
A Houston native, she began working in the nonprofit sector as an affordable housing advocate in social services management for low-income residents and families in South Texas. She has served on the City of San Antonio’s Community Action Advisory Board as a private representative in 2016. Shemeka also owns Colorful Conscience LLC, a socially conscious business branding purposeful work to IGNITE change, INSPIRE communities, and IMPACT the next generation using collaborative alliances within the public and private sectors. Her mission is to address the social determinants of health by creating bridges for people-powered solutions that ignite social equity and change.
She holds a bachelor of arts in sociology from St. Mary’s University (San Antonio), a community health worker certification from the State of Texas, and a nonprofit leadership and management graduate certificate. She also pursued her master’s in public administration from the University of Texas–San Antonio.
She is a dedicated mother, leader, and inspirer and has contributed to molding a healing and values-centered culture at BECOME.