Shannon Egan is the author of No Tourists Allowed and the facilitator of Create & Conquer, an online course to Unleashing Your Creative Potential for Optimal Success, Health, & Well-Being. 

Shannon is a 17 X Award-Winning Grant Writer and a Marketing and Development Consultant for Addiction Recovery Organizations world-wide. Previously, she worked as a Journalist and Press Officer for the United Nations in Africa and New York City.  

In her spare time, she masquerades as a cosplayer to offer a creative take on living in addiction recovery.

Upcoming Speaking Engagements: 

Multiple Pathways of Recovery Conference:  This year, Shannon Egan has been asked to be a Keynote Speaker at the Multiple Pathways of Recovery Conference in Punta Gorda in Florida on October 23-26. This conference is designed to educate us all on the many different pathways that people achieve recovery in modern times.   Shannon will be speaking at the conference on Creativity in Recovery for Optimal Success, Health & Well-Being. Register...

The 9th Annual NC “One Community in Recovery” Conference scheduled for November 8-10, 2017 at the Village Inn Event Center in Clemmons, NC and is designed for all individuals involved in any aspect of recovery and resiliency around Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders.  Shannon Egan will be speaking on Creativity in Recovery for Optimal Success, Health & Well-Being. Targeted audience includes administrators, advocates, educators, family members, individuals with lived experience, youth and young adults, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, peer support specialists, policy makers, psychologists, social workers, substance abuse counselors, and other health and human service professionals interested in recovery. Register....



Create & Conquer

Shannon Egan facilitates Create & Conquer, an online course to Unleashing your Creative Potential for Optimal Success, Health & Well-Being.

Shannon Egan on Good Morning Utah

Shannon Egan discusses her book, No Tourists Allowed, her work with the International Addiction Recovery Movement, and more.

“I had so much shame over my past. But today I’m empowered by my story, which is why I wrote this book. I want others to know there is purpose and meaning in their struggle—no matter what. We all have light and dark within us. It really is okay to fail and go through dark times. We can overcome. We can persevere. In fact, we were born to...”
— Shannon Egan