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In 2016 Rev. Shanay Scott obtained her Masters of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary. Shanay is a black female counselor that utilizes her Master’s of Divinity in Pastoral Care and Urban Ministry to coalesce around social justice, provide a pastoral presence for students who participate in campus ministry and serve as an immediate responder to students in crisis. She is also the founder of R.S.V.P. (Reconstructing Sisters’ Visions and Purposes), a non-profit organization with a mission of spiritual and holistic wellness for women seeking community and wholeness. The organization has grown tremendously since it’s inception in 2013 and is now one of the largest student organizations on Lincoln University’s campus.
Since then, Shanay became an author and turned the R.S.V.P Inc. experience into a curriculum for girls. All around the globe girls are able to participate in R.S.V.P. Inc. in the classroom. Shanay was so aware that this R.S.V.P. Inc. experience needed to be wider spread the R.S.V.P Inc. facilitator’s manual and student workbook helped to expand her mission of reaching more girls who needed to learn the message of self-love and acceptance.
Today, Shanay is located in NYC relentlessly striving to become the type of leader that positively impacts the community and is an emerging actor in interfaith and multicultural ministry. When she’s not preaching, inspiring, serving or counseling those around her through her counseling business Sincere Sessions. She performs spoken word where she explores the issues of black femininity, spiritual consciousness and matters of the heart.