Dr. Marshaun R. Hymon is the Co-Founder and Principal for True Change Alliance, LLC. He works to develop leaders and organizations to create environments that cultive maximum employee impact. Prior to expanding and co-founding TCA, he founded Hymon Consulting Group, LLC. With HCG, he most recently finished a consulting contract with the Getty Museum & Trust where he develop equity-focused programming for their summer internship programs. Aside from various training commitments, he is now on contract with One Workplace supporting in developing organizational DEI strategy.
Dr. Hymon is an Assistant Professor and he teaches college, career and employment readiness courses. Most recently, he was a featured on the Los Angeles, CA based Podcast, Motivation for Black People and the Savannah, GA based podcast, Music (ed) Matters. Dr. Hymon has worked in several capacities within the higher education and non-profit sector. He began his career in K-12 public school as a music educator and has served in many capacities with the Tallahassee, Savannah and Jacksonville Children's Choirs.
Dr. Hymon earned a Bachelor of Music in Choral Music Education from Florida State University and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida. Dr. Hymon received a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of California, Los Angeles. His research interests are race in America, identity development and the impact of music on the schooling success of young Black men. Dr. Hymon looks forward to presenting his research at the 2021 Florida Music Education Association state conference, 2021 Georgia Music Educators Association state in-service conference, the 2021 California All-State Music Education state conference and the 2021 American Choral Directors Association national conference.