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Dawnn Breynae

Lyrical Vision

Write the vision. Make it plain.





I am a multimedia creative and a STEM Advocate who integrates agriculture and the arts. I’ve worked collaboratively with both youth and adults for more than two decades. Now venturing into an avant-garde approach, I facilitate engaging activities that are meaningful and relevant to members of my village, primarily driven by THEIR interests and often self-initiated. I pride myself in serving as a catalyst for the growth mindset of those whom I encounter.

I have produced and directed several television programs, as well as educational, promotional and entertaining video projects. I traveled to Haiti, Ghana, and Kenya working with adult entrepreneurs and youth from around the world. I currently volunteer to service as Co-Curriculum Lead for the Raleigh Durham chapter of Black Girls Code (BGC). As an active member of this organization, I co-facilitate monthly workshops with local volunteers and girls 7-17 years of age. In 2019 I was selected as one of eight to represent BGC at the Microsoft Ignite Conference.


I am also a founding member and Vice President of the Technology Leadership Association, which was established by Educational Technology graduate students from North Carolina Central University to demystify innovation and empower a multi-generational community of learners by transforming curiosity of technology into confidence in application and practice. For this organization, I was instrumental in editing, producing and directing the first online graduate recognition ceremony for the Educational Technology Class of 2020.

With Lyrical Vision, I will continue to create a community network that extends beyond borders and promotes the success of everyone in my village.

Dawnn Breynae,
Lyrical Vision Inc. & Lyrical Vision Scholars, CE0/President

BA Communications (Broadcast Journalism)

MA Educational Technology

Certified Online E-Learning Instructor

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“Partnering with Ms. Breynae has been a rewarding experience. When planning events, she contributes greatly from conception to execution. Her ability to communicate effectively, utilize her organizational skills, and assess the needs of our EDU community has been essential to our success. I look forward to working closely with her throughout the 2020-2021 academic year to continue serving local students and educators”.

Angelyn Smith
Community Development Specialist, Microsoft

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