Small Business Entrepreneurs Project


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Sherita Love - ExpandED Equity Collaborative & GLAMM

Are you from Saint Louis? if not, where(and why did you come to Saint Louis)?

I was born and raised in St. Louis.

Which High School did you attend, (if you attended high school in MO)?

I attended Parkway North Sr. High.

Which area is the best? Why? (County(North, South, West), City, St. Charles, Chesterfield, East Saint Louis, etc...)

I don't believe that any part of town is "best" but that we are all partial to particular areas in St. Louis given our background and experience with it. I grew up in North St. Louis but lived most of my adult life living in South St. Louis. I love the area and the "feel" of the neighborhoods in South St. Louis. It feels most like home to me.

Tell me something about yourself that you would like to share.

I am an advocate and activist for creating an inclusive society for all. I am a national diversity and inclusion trainer and work with groups in education, faith based communities as well as business to find ways to create more equitable experiences for all.

What is/are the name(s) of your business(es) and describe it/them (please provide a website and email address if possible). Why did you start it/them?

I founded ExpandED Equity Collaborative in September of 2015. EEC is an essential platform that connects educators, parents and community partners with the purpose of moving the work of education equity forward. We provide professional development, monthly ED Chat dinners and cultural competency training to schools, churches, businesses and community organizations across our region.
Connect with us at

I co-founded GLAMM-Girls Lead and Make Moves with Kristy Jackson in 2014. GLAMM-Girls Lead and Make Moves helps to close the gender and education opportunity gap for young women of color through active community engagement and the development of intellectual and soft skills to make an impact in the areas of education, leadership and entrepreneurship. Our GLAMM U. curriculum develops intellectual and social abilities. We believe that giving girls the chance to collaborate to discuss their challenges and formulate productive responses will cultivate a new generation of effective female leaders.
Please visit for more information.

What three words would describe your business(es)? (If you own more than one business please give three words to describe each business)

ExpandED Equity Collaborative

Equity, Access, Allyship


Leadership, Education, Entrepreneurship

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