projects

featured project

This project featured the students and staff at Year Up, and demonstrates the importance of understanding the community and the stories of the students we serve. Marshaun served as the Executive Producer for this project.

thanks to dr. hymon for being such a valuable resource and partner for us. his grace and care made this journey exciting and gives me hope that we are truly better because of it.

Your impact has been felt throughout our organization.

Vice President,

One Workplace

 

Moving Toward an Anti-racist Organization | Round Table Discussion: Moderator

Dr. Hymon moderated a conversation with Year Up's Senior Leaders regarding actions and next steps to truly embed anti-racism into Year Up's structures, policies and practices.

The Transformative and Connective Power of Choir: Featured Guest

Dr. Hymon was featured on the Music (ed) Matters Podcast, hosted by Dr. Emily Williams Burch. This episode unpacked Marshaun's research and discussed the power of music to positively impact Black men, and all students, in schools.

Uncomfortable Conversations (Part 2): Panelist

In June 2020, Dr. Hymon Served as a Panelist for the Flagler County, 3-Part conversation series called "Uncomfortable Conversations." The panel specifically tackled Unconscious Bias and Institutional Racism in America. Check out the recording Below.

How To LEVEL UP Your Life, Work and Wealth (W/ Year Up): Featured Guest

Dr. Hymon was featured on the LA based, nationally recognized podcast, Motivation for Black People. This episode discussed the intersection of authenticity and professionalism. If you want to LEVEL UP, listen below! 

extended media: Kyrie

This piece was composed by Dr. Hymon and commissioned for Dr. Emily Williams Burch and the USC  Elementary Honor Choir.

 

extended media: As The Candles Burn

This piece was composed by Dr. Hymon and recorded by the Savannah Children's Choir. It was also included on their 2013 Holiday CD.