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Short N Sweet Ent

Born and raised in the Bronx, Shauntay is an educator, freelance Journalist, and music enthusiast who embodies what it means to go after your dreams. Growing up in New York City she learned quickly how to survive rough times and what it takes to get through obstacles.


Her drive and focus lead her on a pathway to have control over what she wants out of life. As an educated African-American woman, she believes in the power of education. She has obtained a Bachelors of Arts degree in African, African American, Diaspora Studies, and Sociology from Wheaton College (MA) and a Master’s degree in Childhood Education from Relay Graduate School (NY).

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While cultivating her passion for dance, Shauntay earned her first internship at AileyCamp, a program within the Alvin Ailey Arts In Education and Community Programs. It was there that she began to fully understand how the power of movement and music could change one’s life.

Her vision was to use her voice to create a platform to empower and uplift positive stories in our culture and bring them to the forefront of our communities and she is doing just that. 

Short N Sweet Entertainment is the perfect art of storytelling through various and dynamic interviews, pictures, and videos. She has fostered a safe space for those to tell their authentic story. 

With her own energetic and contagious personality, Shauntay has captured exclusive interviews with star-studded game-changers in the industry such as Ja-Rule, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Lance Gross, Nautri Naughton, Kizz Daniel, Doodie Lo, Big Boss Vette, and Maliibu Mitch.

She has also captured media coverage for one-of-a-kind events such as Teyana Taylor’s “Rose In Harlem” Block Party, BET+ Red Carpets for “Call Her King” & “Tales”, New York City Fashion Week, Rise Up NYC Concerts, CurlFest, and CultureCon Festival. Short N Sweet Entertainment will continue to embark on creating positive stories within our culture.

Our biggest mission is to make
sure that people are confident to live within the

best versions of themselves.


Published Work

Harlem Community Newspaper, The “Brunch Pitch” Takes Over
Harlem to Highlight Black-Owned Business, September 2, 2021.



Women Who Lead YMCA of Greater New York, Women In
Media & Marketing”

Planted, Not Buried Presents: Her-Story “I’m My Own Media


The 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Event

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