Tamika T was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is an 2004 alum from The School for the Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) with a dual diploma in Creative Writing and Drama. Likewise, she is the youngest of three, and a first generation college graduate in her family from The Ohio State University. She received her B.A. in Communication Analysis and Practices and a double minor in Theater and Fashion Retail. As a Theater minor she was a part of the following productions: Wine in the Wilderness and A Song for Coretta. She joined the Cincinnati Black Theater Company family in October 2012 and has had the privilege to be in Black Nativity, The Delaney Sisters and Shakin da Mess Outta Misery. Currently, she is working on a project that she hopes to be released by the beginning of 2016. Also, she is a member of many arts organization in Cincinnati such as Elementz Youth Hip Hop Center, Bad Girl Ventures women entrepreneurship, Dress for Success and AmeriCorps to name a few.
I coach children and young adults on acting for the camera and on stage. Likewise, I help develop the students confidence so they can also be comfortable with speaking in public in front of people and walking on the runway.
This certificate was granted to me upon graduation from high school in 2004. It is a scholarship that allowed me to go to college tuition and room board free for the four and a half years that I attended from January 2004- June 2010.
To invest in our communities, as well as ourselves, through: Volunteer service;
Advocacy and accountability; Leadership development and succession planning; Unity and collaboration; Engagement and empowerment; and Social responsibility and sisterly concern.
AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country.
AmeriCorps programs do more than move communities forward; they serve their members by creating jobs and providing pathways to opportunity for young people entering the workforce. AmeriCorps places thousands of young adults into intensive service positions where they learn valuable work skills, earn money for education, and develop an appreciation for citizenship.