Shakeima Clark Chatman, Broker Associate with Carolina Elite Real Estate and owner of the Chatman Realty Group, LLC, has ten years of experience in the real estate industry. Honesty and integrity, along with determination and dedication, are philosophies that Shakeima strives for in all aspects of her life. Applying these principles to her business has allowed her to be a top producing agent for multiple years. Holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from South Carolina State University and her previous roles in education, management, corporate training, and software consulting, has given her real estate business a high level of excellence, leadership and professionalism.

Recognized as a REALTOR® of Distinction by her local real estate board, Shakeima is a member of the South Carolina Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®. She also serves as a board member for both the Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS® and the South Carolina Association of REALTORS®.  Possessing the Accredited Buyer Representative Designation and the Military Relocation Professional Certification, distinguishes her as a real estate consultant and not just a real estate sales agent.  In the Spring of 2017, she released her first book, Possess the Land:  The Believer’s Guide to Home Buying and in the Summer of 2019, she released the Possess the Land Home Buyer Workshop.  Shakeima has also hosted an Affordable Housing Town Hall Meeting to address the shortage of affordable housing in the Charleston and surrounding area.

Shakeima’s real estate career also affords her the flexibility to develop and nurture her true passion and vision: mentoring teenage girls through her nonprofit organization, D.I.V.A.S In Training whose mission is to bring out the moral excellence in teenage girls so that they can aspire for success, power and honor.  Annually the organization host the Dream, Sparkle, Shine Conference which has inspired over 750 girls to dream big, sparkle more and to shine brightly.  A member of Royal Missionary Baptist Church, she serves on the Board of Directors of The Royal Foundation and the Wellness on Wednesdays Committee.

Shakeima shares her life with her husband, Andre Chatman and their daughter Kendyl.