An enthusiastic serial entrepreneur leveraging social spheres to maximize the online presence of small businesses nationwide. The proclaimed Renaissance Woman has over 5 years of multi-industry expertise in integrative marketing, social media and network strategy, brand development, fundraising, and crisis management.
In 2017, Shirley applied her corporate expertise in telecommunication marketing into an expanded digital presence through her online community Haitians Who Blog. What began as an online hub for over 23K global followers and 2.5K email subscribers transformed into an digital hub reframing the image of Haiti while educating creatives via online products and resources.
The award-winning digital strategist flourished a passion to accelerate the growth of small and mid-sized, minority- owned businesses by Dorsainvil Creative Group. Dorsainvil Creative Group is a talent and brand management agency with specialties in talent acquisition, marketing, and branding. The agency provides private consulting services, online courses, and management where brands and influencers can educate themselves by engaging in their workshops.
When Shirley is not growing her brand, she is spending her time servicing minority children with developmental disorders and educating minority communities via social mediums on mental health knowledge. Determined to be the representation she missed in her youth, Shirley serves as a mentor to junior high-school girls and college women in their early 20-somethings. Her continuous efforts and involvement has been recognized by the Haitian Chamber of Commerce. Inducting her into the class of 2019 Top 20 Under 40 and award-winning for her effort in the Orlando Community.
She holds both a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Masters in Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy from the University of Central Florida. Overall, she aspires to be a cause for aspiration and inspiration with her motto being:
“I aspire to inspire through building a sense of community online and developing online networks”.-Shirley Dorsainvil, MA, RI-MFT