Visibility. Opportunity. Impact


Shannon Rohrer-Phillips, LLC (SRP, LLC) is a unique social impact agency committed to creating diversity and inclusion solutions that yield Visibility, Opportunities, and Impact! SRP, LLC produces events, media content and strategies in the Philanthropic, Media/Arts and Business Sector. We offer strategic consulting work to a select group of clients.

SRP, LLC collaborates with a diverse network of experts, businesses, foundations, and media partners to advance diversity and inclusion solutions with proven results. We achieve outcomes through strategic relationships, design, and assessment of analytics.

Let us help you and your team pursue:
Opportunity, and

Let’s make progress together!

Meet Our Team

Shannon Rohrer-Phillips

Founder, CEO

Shannon has over 27 years of experience as a social entrepreneur working with women, organizations and communities in business, education and healthcare sectors.  She is a passionate Diversity and Inclusion speaker and consultant.

Listen to Shannon’s TEDx Talk: Failure and Forgiveness in the New South, delivered at University of South Florida Sarasota Manatee on 11.7.19

Shannon founded The Voice + Visibility Women’s Summit Series activation events in Sarasota, FL in 2018. VVWS events combine Shannon’s love of community outreach, strategic network building and public/private sector collaboration while incorporating the arts and contemporary brands. 

Shannon became a SoGal Sarasota Chapter Lead in 2020. SoGal Foundation is the largest global platform for women, diverse entrepreneurs & investors that provides resources, education and community for a 100k+ person network with chapters in 50+ cities across 5 continents. SoGal Foundation is a non-profit on a mission to close the diversity gap in entrepreneurship.

Shannon received her BA from Colgate University with a French and Sociology Concentration. She earned her Masters in Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work. Shannon’s Master’s Thesis was entitled, “Family Ties, The Influence of Extended Families in Biracial Identity Development.”  Her early career was in academic medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital. She later focused on mental health, trauma, diversity and family-centered care initiatives at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, Georgetown University Hospital and the National Home for Children & Families.

After the birth of her two sons, Shannon joined forces with her husband, Neil Phillips to create Visible Men and Visible Men Academy. VMA is an A-rated all-boys public charter school based in Bradenton, Florida. Racial and Gender Equity work has been a common thread throughout Shannon’s career. She was honored to receive the “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award from the Manasota Black Chamber of Commerce in 2019.

Shannon loves living in sunny Sarasota with her husband Neil, two teenage sons and a growing tribe of pets. 

Shannon’s Executive Board Work:

  • Executive Board Member, Women’s Resource Center
    2019- present, Sarasota, FL.
  • Board member of the Smith Alumni Club of Sarasota
    2017- present
  • Community Outreach Committee, Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, FL 2015-2017
  • Georgetown University Hospital Parent Advisory Board, Ethics Committee Washington, DC 2001-2008
  • Cedar Lane Nursery School, Parent Education, Bethesda,  MD 2005-2008

Recent Speaking Engagements:

  • TEDx USFSM Speaker “Failure & Forgiveness in the New South” November 7, 2019
  • The Nantucket Project September 2018
  • Ascend at the Aspen Institute, Two Gen Summit Sarasota April 2018, February 2016 & 2018 Sarasota
  • 10 x 10 Featured Speaker, Sarasota 2017


Ashley Salmons

Production Coordinator

Ashley Salmons grew up the on West Coast in San Diego, California. She comes from a multicultural and collectivist family that has shaped her into the woman she is today. Ashley is the oldest daughter of eight and was raised by an ambitious Ecuadorian mother and a German/ Irish father. Family has always been the center of Ashley’s life, and she is a proud mother of her newborn son Jayden.

Due to Ashley’s culturally diverse upbringing, she knew she wanted to focus on providing life skills and career guidance to disadvantaged youth in the San Diego area. After making a meaningful impact in San Diego with her youth advocacy work, Ashley and her husband made their way to beautiful Sarasota, Florida. Ashley is currently pursuing a Mass Communications degree at the University of South Florida. She has experience in coordinating fundraiser events, cause related impact initiatives, and was the Coordinator of Office and Events at the American Cancer Society in 2017. Ashley now serves as the Production Coordinator for SRP, LLC. She is detail oriented, always makes sure the business productions run smoothly and are mission aligned, and our guests and partners have a phenomenal SRP, LLC experience!


Keren Lopez

Account Management

Keren Lopez has a passion for helping business owners and individuals to manage and grow their financial well-being. Keren is a CPA and a University of South Florida alumni.

With a strong accounting and tax background and over 15 years of experience, she provides her clients with expert advice, professionalism and peace of mind. Keren is a mom, wife, real estate investor and business owner, who loves to travel with her family to explore new places and meet amazing people.

Daniel Perales Studio

Daniel Perales


Daniel Perales is an award-winning artist, visual journalist and commercial photographer driven to celebrate the world through images that create emotions.

Daniel reveals the natural essences of his subjects, documenting genuine experiences with an artistic sensitivity and style.

Over the course of a 20-year career Daniel has worked with international architectural firms, major cultural institutions and performance companies, human service organizations and scientific leaders. His work has appeared in travel, lifestyle and food publications, at major shopping destinations, in corporate materials for health technology corporations and supporting international professional organizations. Daniel is also and instructor, commissioned artist and committed to creating a social conscience through his work.


Karina Herrera

Marketing Intern

Karina Herrera grew up in Sarasota, FL with a multicultural family. She is a first generation Peruvian-American citizen, with dual citizenship and the first person on her Peruvian immigrant father’s side to have been born in the United States. She ventures to Peru frequently to stay connected with her culture.

Karina has driven herself to excel academically,  receiving an International Baccalaureate Diploma at age 17 from Riverview High School. She is currently completing her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing at Florida Atlantic University. At SRP, LLC Karina is focused on photography, videography, content creation and digital media.



What We Do

Create Diversity and Inclusion Events and Media Content


Keynotes, Workshops, Customized Panels


We offer boutique consulting to select clients and senior leaders committed to diversity & inclusion


  • "I was offered an internship at SRP, LLC. by the Founder of the company some time in January of 2019. I immediately said yes to Shannon when she explained to me what I would be helloing with. I took part in a series of networking events in preparation for the Voice and Visibility Women's Summit the following year. During these events, I was able to meet amazing women who had not only used business strategies to become self-made women and entrepreneur, bur also to better our community. My role as an intern included checking guests in, collecting payments, manning the Burns Court Art Gallery, and constantly advertising the efforts of the company on my own social media. I had to work with a variety of people to fulfill my responsibilities, including videographers, photographers, and local artist featured at the Gallery. Through those first Voice and Visibility luncheons and events, I learned that empowered women empower women. In retrospect, I can say that I became a Feminist because of my involvement in this company. This CAS experience not only bettered out community by inspiring women to become strong and smart and independent, but it also bettered my own opinion of myself as a young woman."

    Vanessa Tasé Sueiro, SRP LLC Intern 2019 SRP, LLC Intern
  • "When Far Away Friends was given the opportunity to attend the Voice & Visibility Women's Summit in February, we were over the moon! As a female run & founded nonprofit organization, we know the value of sharing stories & community with other women. We flew in to Sarasota from Denver specifically for this event and were blown away by not only the networking opportunities & connections we made, but by the speakers & panels as well. Shannon Rohrer-Phillips is a powerhouse, and her team has created a space where we can connect, collaborate and uplift one another. Looking forward to getting back to SRQ for next year's event!"

    Jayme Ward, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Far Away Friends Global Nonprofit Partner
  • "I've had emails from literally everyone at my table, you've opened up a whole new market for us via the connections we made at the Summit. Total home run."

    Betsy O'Reilly, CEO Quad Jobs VVWS Corporate Sponsor
  • "So inspired by the women with purpose and influence at the Inaugural VVWS. What a momentous start to 2020, a new decade ahead, and a collective new story about bold, diverse, female leadership across all sectors..together."

    Rachel Wei West, Executive Advisor/Investor VVWS Salon Speaker
  • "Ambiance, energy, message, and attendance was great. I met so many people but also connected with old friends and colleagues and there was nothing but positive and empowering conversations and energy."

    Elizabeth Topp, Owner Twinkle Toes Nanny Agency Pinellas-Sarasota VVWS Vendor and Sponsor
  • I am so thankful for Shannon’s Voice & Visibility January event. I had the opportunity to share my personal story as a featured speaker, which became my entry point into her powerful tribe of women. It is a rare experience to speak to a dynamic, loving, and encouraging group of women, who have a similar heart for impacting community and leadership, but that is exactly what I had the honor to do in an intimate studio in Burns Court, surrounded by a beautiful Art Exhibit. In my role as Founder/Artistic Director of Sarasota Contemporary Dance, it can feel lonely at times, especially because most of our local performing arts organization directors are males. Shannon is a community catalyst and has opened my eyes to other female "movers and shakers" in the community, who may not be in the performing arts business, but who appreciate the richness of our multi-cultural community, and who are excited to learn more about SCD and what I do. Shannon and her team are warm and welcoming and are redefining and recreating an environment that allows for women to network but also engage in real conversations that can lead to lasting friendships.

    Leymis Bolaños Wilmott Artistic Director, Sarasota Contemporary Dance
  • From the walk up the steps through the entrance, there’s a special vibe in this space. Relax. Exhale here.  Loved everything about the Voice & Visibility Salon - best of all, the people.  The energy, optimism and hope in the room was palpable.
    Vickie Oldham
  • I cannot begin to tell you how much I appreciate the work you are doing! Your heart and passion are MEANT to be here in this community! I was so encouraged by the Voice and Visibility Salon Talk! The energy was palpable. What an extraordinary group of women! Thank you for allowing me to accompany Vickie for such an uplifting and empowering event! I look forward to partnering more in the future.

    Alysia Crawford Newtown Alive
  • Shannon’s leadership in the non profit sector is trailblazing. She has provided opportunities, access and hope to thousands through her work as an education reformer and advocate for women, children and families. Shannon’s experience in urban social work, philanthropy, and health care always embraces a positive gender and racial equity lens. Her ability to connect diverse networks of high privilege and high poverty individuals and organizations for a common goal is unique, and desperately needed. Shannon is a truth teller who uses her personal narrative, humor, and experience to inspire stakeholders who are committed to positive social change. I know she will bring her talent and SHINE to any client, project or initiative she sets her mind to.  Learn More

    Tuti Scott Chief Inspiration Officer
  • Shannon is a pioneering and passionate social entrepreneur. I had the privilege of serving as strategic counsel for Shannon for over 11 years as she and her husband, Neil Phillips created Visible Men and Visible Men Academy. Shannon's ability to deliver social change is due in equal part to her, relentless work ethic, sophisticated business savvy, and strong community engagement skills. She will be an asset to any organization that seeks true social impact. Learn More

    Shannon Nash Principal Nash Mgt Group
  • I've had the privilege of working with Shannon through my work with VeraCruz Advisory and she is one of a kind. Her communication skills, depth of knowledge of non profit operations, and visionary entrepreneurial thinking is only outmatched by her warm and generous heart. Any group will be lucky to partner with Shannon. Learn More

    Carlos DeQuesada

Get in Touch

Get on our SRP, LLC Mailing List!

Stay updated on our events, media projects & more! When you get on our list, you will receive:

  • Notifications when SRP, LLC releases a new blog
  • Invitations to exclusive events
  • Other Diversity & Inclusion news!


PS: We won’t bombard your inbox and we will never share your email address

Enter your email to sign up: