Seanne Murray


Seanne, known by the acronym SNM, her initials, is an activist and social entrepreneur. She is a passionate and pioneering executive committed to discovering and introducing innovative solutions for change and progress. Seanne considers it her divine duty and unequivocal obligation to do everything she can to help others reach their highest potential and make this world a better place for all. Seanne is the Founder of STOP STUFF, a social enterprise and the first clothing line developed to attack gun violence by supporting non-profits successfully fighting the fight on our behalf.

5 Lessons On How To Be A True #GirlBoss, As Told By Taylor Swift

By Seanne Murray
The Grammys were filled with big moments, some good, some bad and a few "What the f*ck was that?" questions in between. Kendrick Lamar stunned with his emotional and heart-pounding power-to-the-people performance highlighting racial…

5 Ways To Handle Haters, As Told By Cam Newton And Beyoncé

By Seanne Murray
The recent release of Beyoncé's new single “Formation,” and the rise and fall of Cam Newton from the Super Bowl, have resulted in a string of controversial comments and opinions that relate to the role of authenticity in this generation. We have an…

How I Experienced The Purest Love I’ve Ever Known After 9/11

By Seanne Murray
As we experience the 14th anniversary of 9/11, its presence, as always, is strong. That day, my journey through the World Trade Center to the World Financial Center was swift and purposeful, as are all journeys in New York City. The sky was…

Why Kelly Osbourne's Comment Does Not Equate Her With Donald's Racism

By Seanne Murray
I’ve been a huge fan of "The View" over the years and have hung in there with the hosts playing musical chairs. I endured the faux and real fighting, the inability to listen to varying opinions (resulting in walkouts and snap backs), the skinny…

How US Politicians And Hollywood Can Unite For Gun Control

By Seanne Murray
Recently, I was at the Hollywood Bowl, a Los Angeles venue where you can enjoy music under the stars. It was a celebration of Tchaikovsky. I was seated next to a gentleman, and it was our first meeting. His eyes told a story, not Tchaikovsky's…

Why #CecilTheLion's Death Is Especially Sad During The Month Of The Leo

By Seanne Murray
How do we feel when the king of the jungle is pimped out and killed by one of our own? A few days ago, during this astrological month of the Leo, we discovered that the king is not infallible. Dr. Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minneapolis, shot down…

A Tale Of Abortion: How I Overcame The Loss Of Someone I Never Knew

By Seanne Murray
There was a young girl who went to college, bright-eyed and naïve, having never experienced love or affection in a way she would learn to know ignited her. She was a cute girl, very bright, not as sure of herself as she let on. She was very…

How This Generation Can Fight For Women's Right To #FreeTheNipple

By Seanne Murray
I’ve tried my best to stay clear of Nipplegate (#FreeTheNipple), but I recently saw a photo that tipped me over the edge. The woman in the photo had beautiful, round breasts. I’m going to say they were a modest, unprocessed C-cup. Her nipples had…