In case you don’t know her, Shemeka L. McNair would like to introduce herself.
A proud native of Magee, Mississippi — an approximate 4.9 square-mile establishment that is housed between Jackson and Hattiesburg with a population that barely exceeds 2,000 — McNair is the Founder and CEO of McNair Enterprises.
Widely known as a U. S. Army Combat veteran, McNair served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2002.
Interestingly, she delved off into a stint in ministry a little more than a decade ago during which she officially accepted her spiritual calling when she was ordained in 2009.
McNair’s kingdom-based contributions are such that she has become a fixture for ministering and serving in a variety of facets throughout the Body of Christ.
Aside from her valiant presence in ministry, McNair is a crafty actress who once studied acting for film at the historic New York Film Academy in Hollywood, California.
To her credit, she has been afforded the golden opportunity to write, direct, and perform in her stage play production entitled, “It’s Well Worth The Wait.”
Then in 2017, McNair had ultimately found her niche in the ever-so-competitive authorship industry when she witnessed the much-anticipated release of her first written work entitled, “Impatiently Waiting.”
Much to her delight, she would eventually follow that up with her sophomore written document entitled, “Behind the Scenes Of Success,” which was released in December 2017.
Her third book, “On The Road To Recovery,” is an awe-inspiring project that is dedicated exclusively to veterans, particularly those who are battling with PTSD, depression, and anxiety.
Besides having emerged as a gifted author, McNair has played integral roles in having written, directed, and produced the upcoming film entitled, “Team Single: May The Best Man Win” and she boasts lofty aspirations of becoming a household name, of sorts, most notably in globally-acclaimed theater arts and entertainment industries.
Interestingly, McNair has served as a community activist for Nuevo Sendero Incorporated, a community-based organization whose strategic mission includes — but isn’t limited to — helping women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
In addition, McNair serves fervently with Jesus The Light of Light Outreach, Inc., a Christian-based organization that is committed to helping women and children in need, as well as focusing on meeting the needs of residents in the Central Florida area.
The proud Founder of “Women of the Hour” organization — which has since been renamed “The Remnant Unveiled” — McNair has been able to extend a wide range of support and resources to men and women, particularly as it relates to self-development, relationships, marriage and family.
A current resident of Orlando, McNair is the CEO of Judah Films and Coach MEI LLC.
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