Shatiera Porte’e is an international speaker, Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women Black in Business scholar, author, mother, mentor, consultant, member of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, and the New Educator of the Year Black Excellence award recipient. Shatiera has been working in the mental health and education fields for almost two decades. Shatiera is the author of the self-help book, I Forgive Myself for Forgetting Myself. Affectionately known as “your favorite school counselor,” Shatiera empowers others by sharing her story and the tools she used to overcome challenges to find herself. Over the past 10 years, Shatiera has implemented programs to over 500 at-risk students. Shatiera has created more than a dozen initiatives for businesses, communities empowering youth, extensive experiences in various counseling capacities, corrections, emergency crisis and psychiatric screening services. Growing from a mentee to now a mentor, Shatiera’s philosophy “counseling beyond the classroom” stems from her desire to support individuals toward mental health wellness in a non-traditional approach. Shatiera is the founder of School Counselor On Wheels, LLC. School Counselor On Wheels, LLC is an education consulting company that provides mentoring, coaching, professional development workshops for staff and social emotional programs for youth to help build and promote self-love and self-esteem within. Shatiera enjoys traveling abroad for community outreach teaching at a school in Haiti, volunteering at an orphanage in Morocco. Shatiera loves spending time with her son and her dog, Bailey Bella. She enjoys cooking, creating new recipes, which includes finding new places to travel, becoming an international foodie. She enjoys dancing while listening to her favorite selections of ’90s music. She is a writing instructor working diligently to one day establish her own international mentoring program helping young girls and women all over the world to love themselves through expressive writing and journaling.