Disrupting Balance

041: Knowing Who I Am: How an American-born, Caribbean-bred defined identity and relationship

March 8th, 2021

Disrupting Balance Statement:

I am Shamair, and I am Disrupting Balance by continuously overcoming obstacles with style, grace and lots of positive energy.

About Shamair:
I’m a Caribbean lifestyle content creator, freelance accessory designer, founder of T’ingz Nice, LLC.

I’ve been traveling since I was an infant, going back and forth between Boston and Grand Turk, which is located in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Traveling from such a young age has turned me into a low-key addict. Mix that addiction with the love of carnival, and my Caribbean-American culture, and it’s pure trouble.

Carnival hopping is a lifestyle. Thus, I thought it best to share my knowledge and experiences with those who wish to immerse themselves in the culture and experience the euphoria for themselves. Educating eager carnival newbies, seasoned veterans, and ambitious creatives on how to be successful in this arena brings me the greatest joy.

Connect with Shamair: @tingznice

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Hanifa Barnes, JD MBA is a multicultural mama, wife and leader who has made the switch in work, well-being and winning. Once a former professional actor, the Liberian-Ugandan American is no stranger to navigating the challenges of race, identity and culture. As a professional with nearly 15 years of experience in education and change management, her greatest superpower is giving up the sh*t that weighs her down.

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