ShaDonna McPhaul, also known as ‘Mo’ is a combat veteran with 20 years of loyal service to the United States Air Force, and a skilled communications and customer relations professional.
In 2013, she merged her compassion and entrepreneurial spirit and created Mo’s Heroes Inc. and The Mo You Know Marketing and Media Consulting Services, LLC. As Chief Executive Officer and Founder, her vision for Mo’s Heroes is to be the conduit and champion for the support for veterans, service members and their family members needed to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Mo has been featured in GI Jobs Magazine, US Veterans Magazine, Kin + Dignity Magazine, Be Encouraged Magazine, Life in the Overflow Magazine, The Huffington Post, The State of New Mexico Office of African American Affairs Statewide Focus Magazine, Ardent for Life, the Fayetteville Observer Newspaper, Cannon Connections Newspaper, Women’s View Magazine, Arraydio Podcast, Array Magazine, The Fayetteville Press Newspaper, The Fayetteville Observer and Ho’okele Newspaper. She has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and various digital blogs and other media outlets.
She has co-authored two best-selling books, Shift On, and The Voices Behind Mental Illness Anthology: The Life of a Veteran. She recently released a new e-book, It’s Not What You Know, It’s the Mo You Know.
She currently hosts “The Mo You Growth Impact Radio Show” where she interviews upcoming and coming entrepreneurs and “The Mo You Know Growth Impact Radio Show”. She has also worked on the sales, marketing, and promotions side of radio.
Mo has received several awards and recognition to include the Special Achievement Award from the NAACP-Honolulu Branch, The Mountaire Farms “Better Carolina Award, and the Values.com “Hero of the Month” for January 2015. She has also received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition and other special recognition awards from military leaders, elected officials, and community organizations. The Department of Veterans Affair recognized Mo as “Veteran of the Day” in February 2020 to kick off “Black History Month”.
She is the loving mother of son, Charles and a proud native of Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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