Do You.

I’m Sheleah D. Reed, and these are my stories … Well, some of them.

I always tell people, I only know how to be me. You’ll never find yourself if you’re looking for someone else. The truth is that we’re all on a journey of self-discovery. We all want to find ourselves, but most of us don’t know how to get there.

Disclaimer, this isn’t a how-to book —it’s a conversation.

About Sheleah.

She has been called a “shero” by some people—but really, she just calls herself honest. She is a connector of people, an identity coach, and an unapologetic believer in the power of audacity.

Her confidence and authenticity are contagious, and that’s what allows others around Sheleah to embrace their own uniqueness. Her life’s work focuses on helping people be their best selves through reflection and discovery while bringing their authentic selves to the forefront in their careers, relationships, and personal lives.

As someone who looks for lessons in every moment, she wrote Do You: The Audacity to Live a Bold and Authentic Life to help others explore who they really are by sharing her own experiences — experiences that helped her figure out how to live boldly and unapologetically as herself.

Let’s Work.

Sheleah D. Reed is an Identity Coach who helps people discover their authentic selves to become effective leaders.

In her day job, as the Chief of Staff and Chief Communications Officer of a large urban school district, she uses the power of storytelling to advocate for the 8,700 people on staff in her school district. Some people work to change the world through elected positions or high-profile leadership roles. In Sheleah’s case, she works to make the world a better place by leading teams and empowering leaders.