Seanne N. Murray, J.D.
Founder/Chief Attainment Officer
Born in Detroit, raised in Westport, Connecticut and educated with academic scholarships at Howard University and Temple University School of Law, Seanne N. Murray aspired to change the world from the early age of seven. She practiced law, worked on the institutional side of Wall Street and was recruited to manage large scale entertainment organizations associated with her family’s Motown legacy. Ms. Murray has authored several publications including an op ed in the Miami Herald and her first book, The Art of Submission, The Woman’s Guide to Fulfillment, a guide to self-actualization. She is a co-founder and was an editor of the Political and Civil Rights Law Review at Temple University School of Law and produced and chaired a panel on clean drinking water at Harvard Law School in 2018. She’s collaborated with icons including Ted Field, Berry Gordy, Larry King, Jerry Levin and Smokey Robinson. Since 2001, following her personal experience on 9/11, she’s been devoted to social impact through media and social enterprise including Stop Stuff to mitigate gun violence, 90 Minutes of Solutions for social change, Chicago 1919, a historical drama announced in Deadline Hollywood, The Ara Initiative for clean water and, now, Attain 9 Global. Ms. Murray’s primary focus is building the largest generator of social impact enterprise worldwide.