Amani Seay Leaves Her Footprint on Industry and Community Alike

Inside her wide-ranging approach to strategy

From graphic design to experiential to brand side, we dip into creative strategy manager Amani Seay's jam-packed career on this week's episode of #BlackTea. Amani shares gems on persevering through ageism, working with a psychiatric disability, and letting your work speak for you. She emphasizes the importance of intuition and trusting your gut as a strategist. Then, hear about Amani's willingness to take action and get involved on behalf of her community through her volunteer work on the Austin Community Police Commission, increasing police accountability and reviewing misconduct cases. She also shouts out Black streaming networks you need to know about. Check it out, and get inspired.

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Michelle Lawrence
Michelle Lawrence is an associate creative director (art) and host of Black Tea.

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