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Voices of Note names Felicia Seamón the Director of Development for Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and Atlanta Women’s Chorus

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Voices of Note names Felicia Seamón the Director of Development for Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and Atlanta Women’s Chorus

Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and Atlanta Women’s Chorus, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusivity through the Women’s Chorus, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusivity through the power of music, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Felicia Seamón (she/her) as its new Director of Development Officer.

“Felicia’s impressive background includes serving as a college professor at Cheyney, owning a private school at The Gift Prep School, and directing recreation for the City of Coatesville, said David Aurilo (he/him), Executive Director of Voices of Note. Her extensive experience molding and developing young minds, from youth to college students, makes her a perfect fit for
Voices of Note’s mission to inspire through music.”

Through the organization’s current fundraising efforts and continued advocacy for human rights
issues facing their communities, Voices of Note has marshaled itself into opportunities to reach
new audiences throughout the Metro Atlanta community, like the ones to come.

With over 20 years of experience in education, youth development, and business, Felicia Seamón
brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to her new role. As the President & CEO of Seamón
Enterprises & Entertainment Co. (SE&Eco), a prominent Media Services Company specializing in
Book and Music Publishing and Artist and Parent Education and Development, Felicia has
demonstrated a lifelong commitment to empowering young people and fostering creativity.

A dedicated wife and mother, Felicia Seamón is not only the foundation of the Seamón family
businesses but has also managed her multi-talented daughter and supported her husband for
21 years. Her commitment to education, access, and exposure led her to establish The Seamón
Family Foundation, a private national 501(c)3 committed to Social and financial Investment in
Arts and culture, with a focus on youth empowerment in Education, Art Exposure, Mental Health
Awareness (Anti-Bullying & Suicide Prevention), Community, and Business Development.

As the Director of Development for Voices of Note, Felicia Seamón will leverage her expertise in
small business goals, professional development, marketing, business plans, grant writing,
networking, and more. She will be crucial in expanding the organization’s reach and impact,
ensuring that Voices of Note remains a beacon of inclusivity and artistic excellence.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Felicia is also a Writer and Director of the new TV
series, “Rolling Stones 5.0,” showcasing her creative talents and commitment to the arts. She
actively gives back to the community through directorship on several local and regional Boards,
including the BlackBerry Arts Collective in Atlanta. She works independently with new and
aspiring artists in Event Planning, Professional Development, Management, Marketing,
Promotion, and more.

Voices of Note is confident that Felicia Seamón’s dynamic leadership and unwavering dedication
to the arts and education will significantly contribute to the organization’s continued success and
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