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SaDiedrah Harris (she/her)


My Story

SaDiedrah Harris is an innovative professional who has worked at the intersection of DEI, strategic communications, social impact, and racial equity. Leveraging a unique blend of strategic insight, media prowess, and community engagement, SaDiedrah is passionate about driving meaningful change in her community and workplace.

SaDiedrah received her undergraduate degree from Fayetteville State University. While at FSU, SaDiedrah served as the program director at and peer tutor. SaDiedrah attended Hofstra University and completed her Master’s Degree in public relations. While at Hofstra, she worked as a marketing assistant at the Frank G. Zarb Business School and ASCEND Long Island, a program by J.P Morgan Chase that provides BIPOC entrepreneurs tools to scale and maintain their businesses. In her final year of grad school, she co-founded and was the agency director of a student-run public relations agency, The Swing. During her tenure at Hofstra, SaDiedrah found her passion for DEI and has since made it her mission to make an impact for those who don’t fit the status quo of corporate America.

At Elle Communications, SaDiedrah led media relations and strategic communications campaigns with nonprofits, politicians, and thought leaders. She spearheaded their first DEI strategy, which included anti-racism and bias training, scaling their impact committee, community relations strategy, and a fellowship program for HBCU students. While an account executive at BerlinRosen, SaDiedrah worked with clients such as GLAAD, Color of Change, Coqual, New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund, NYC Kids RISE, and Bainum Family Foundation, aiding them in thought leadership strategy and media relations.

In 2020, SaDiedrah founded Harris DEI+B Consultancy, where she has worked with organizations to implement DEI initiatives, leading data analysis and community relations. She also develops and implements community-building and engagement plans and organizes health equity, food access, and racial equity events. She recently founded BLACK at Work, an early career development hub for Black professionals. Leveraging a unique blend of strategic insight, media prowess, and community engagement, I drive meaningful change and promote diversity and inclusion as core business values.

She is also an adjunct instructor teaching ESL at Roanoke Chowan Community College. You can find her looking for the next rom-com to watch or traveling solo in her free time.

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