Meet Shanice Love | Owner, Founder and Creative Director
We had the good fortune of connecting with Shanice Love and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Shanice, can you walk us through the thought-process of starting your business?
Loyalty Enterprise was started in 2011 while on maternity leave with my son. I have a really difficult time staying ideal for too long so I started making YouTube videos. That endeavor blossomed to me running a blog site, than a podcast and in 2015 I agreed to assist a friend of mine with her brand and webseries. From their Loyalty Enterprise opened its doors to Public Relations and Branding. I’ve always loved being in the background so this was right up my alley. Now, I run a well respected Management and Public / Media Relations Firm that services Black Women Creatives in the LGBTQ COMMUNITY and their allies.
Community Highlights: Meet Shanice Love of Loyalty Enterprise
Today we’d like to introduce you to Shanice Love.
“I will accomplish everything I say I will; simply because I said I would…”
A bold thought, spoken boldly and paired with a drive to succeed so strong, failure is never an option, Shanice Love embodies the spirit of the preceding quote and it is the foundation on which she builds her empire, Loyalty Enterprise, LLC.
Shanice Love was born on October 25, 1982 in Miami, Florida the oldest of six children born to Haitian parents. She was always ambitious and reliable keeping with the firstborn trait and always a natural leader.
WOMEN FOR THE CULTURE
Shanice Love, An Entrepreneur that Inspires
President Barack Obama declared November as National Entrepreneurship Month in 2012. As an Independent Consultant, Publicist, Talent and Business Manager, Shanice Love of Loyalty Enterprise, LLC "provides an array of services to independent artist, film makers and entrepreneurs in the LGBTQ community." As an entrepreneur supporting other entrepreneurs, Love believes that "inspiration is more valuable than motivation." She says, "When someone is inspired they have the will to move forward even when they don't think that they can."