Aged at 23 Maurisa became one of the youngest managers for Accor and her natural prowess in Revenue Growth and Operations Management were nationally awarded. Her 8-year corporate career went on to Chartered financial management for global firms across the EMEA.
Whilst following her dreams in the corporate world Maurisa also forged her own pathway on the Fashion arena swiftly claiming much popularity at various London Fashion Weeks shows and International shows as a dynamic, strong and fierce personality on Stage. She has graced several international publications, but is however most recognised for her unique, dynamic take on costume portrayals for NHC and has been called the face of Nottinghill Carnival.
True to her corporate self MaurisaColeman Incorporated - MCI was created and quickly expanded into branches that handles Business & Finance Consulting, with an impressive portfolio of both corporate and government clientele in its 3 year history. The Event Creation and Management branch specialises in high level events such as the Call Of Duty Press Conference in London.
Maurisa is also the co-owner of Black Panther Productions, a film production company which provides offers an A to Z production from writing the script, editing, filming, all the way to the final movie edit.
Maurisa was recently honoured and spoke at the residence of the Mexican Ambassador in Hungary on international art and cultural events. She has also spoken in both the Houses of Commons and Lords in the UK Parliament on International Relations and overseas recognition efforts.
As an Actress her portfolio includes the starring role in the Global Campaign for McLaren Technologies – It can be done, the lead actress in 'Dirty Back Seat' a short by the BBC's Ersel Ulatash which has won three film awards to date and is now featured on Amazon Prime. She is the face of Channel 4’s ‘Humans’, of which the promotional video and press claimed International attention in print, cinema and TV.
‘We set no limits in this incorporation named after a young Trinidadian woman who sought to leave a platform for other girls to stand on.’