No, you cannot. Theoretically, there are infinitely possible data sets (with different shapes i.e. values of skew and kurtosis) that could have the same values of mean and standard deviation.
Think of your question this way: Suppose the values of the mean and standard deviation in your report happen to be 0 and 1, respectively. How many data sets are there that could have a mean of 0 and standard deviation of 1?
Answer: Infinitely many because I can take any data set and impose a linear transformation on the data (in this case a z transformation z=(X-Mu)/Sigma) such that the data will have a mean of 0 and standard deviation of 1. And, that z transformation will leave the shape of the distribution unchanged. That is, the values of skew and kurtosis will be precisely that same - before and after the transformation.
This idea (example) is completely general to any other arbitray values of mean and standard deviation.