Engaging today's girl      
to empower tomorrow's woman
TGTW Board of Directors
Tara Bellevue
CEO, TGTW Co-Founder
Vice President Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access Strategy, NAF

Marsha Iverson
Chairwoman, TGTW Co-Founder
NYC & Yonkers Field Associate, CTE Technical Assistance Center of New York
Hofstra University, Associate Professor & Program Director

Emony Robertson
Board Member
Third Year Law Student, Howard University School of Law

Joan Goldsmith
Board Member
Adjunct Professor, 
Manhattanville College

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Keynote Speaker
Tra'Lynn Husbands
Tra'Lynn Husbands has worked in the finance industry for over 8 years.  She has partnered with many major organizations throughout New York such as the NYPD and DOE to educate their employees and the community about personal finance.  One of her passions is to bring financial literacy and freedom to people of all ages through presentations and personalized counseling.

Welcome Address

Board of Directors

Woman of the Year Honoree

Keynote: Tra'Lynn Husbands

Workshop #1: Creating Your Personal Advisory Board

Workshop #2: Thriving in the Gig Economy Now & In the Future

Workshop #3: Be Your Own Best Friend

CALL TO ACTION: Back in Touch with MYSELF with 
Dr. Tiffany Campbell
Creating Your Personal Advisory Board
Wendy Williams
Manager, Talent Acquisition, Training & Diversity, MTA

Janelle Boyd
Motivational Speaker

Thriving In The Gig Economy Now & In The Future
Pamela Chueh
Workplace Researcher & Strategist, Adobe
Dr. Michelle Enix-Kenney
Excellence by Design Consulting

Safiatu Diagana
NYU Nursing & Global Public Health Student, NYU

Lisa Rhett
Middle School Counselor, 
NR City School District
Emony Robertson
Third Year Law Student, 
Howard University School of Law

Kirsten Kirby
Director, Work-Based Learning, NAF & Author
Your White Coat is Waiting: Vital Advice for Pre-Meds

Pamela Capellan
Medical Student, Weill Cornell

Be Your Own Best Friend
Back In Touch With Myself
Dr. Tiffany Campbell, PhD
Tiffany A Campbell, PhD a School Psychologist in Washington, DC Public Schools and a Registered Psychology Resident for Sage Wellness and Consulting. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Human Development from Binghamton University (SUNY) in Binghamton, New York in 2012. She earned her doctorate degree in school psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington Indiana in 2020. Her area of research and interests are around mental health in schools, social justice issues, including racial disparities in school discipline for students of color and Black girls and students of color identified with disabilities.