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Sheila's story

Sheila Nichole Ray graduated from the prestigious Orange County High School of the Arts in 2003, with a desire to refine skills learned there in the fields of graphic design and project development. 


While building her own digital arts company, she attended Santa Ana College and was a staff writer and photographer for their award winning El Don newspaper. A couple years later she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism with a minor in Cultural Studies from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.

Following her heart, and instincts, she continued to improve on her skills in a variety of artistic mediums.  In a short amount of time, a dedication to visual arts and photojournalism began leading her into social media marketing and advertising.  Eventually inspiring her to a certificate in Project Management from the University of California, Irvine. Later she earned her PMP license by the Project Management Institute. 

With a sincere desire to assist those with brilliant ideas, Sheila throws herself fully into each project she takes on.  Her immersive project style is adaptive, evolutionary, to include continued education in themes related to the task.  She is intuitive and creative, generally thinking far outside the proverbial box.

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“Success doesn't come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently.”

--Marie Forleo 

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