R.E.A.L Girlz Mentor and Leadership Program Academy Will Open August 2024!

Tammie Mobley
Founder/Lead Facilitator

Tammie is a certified Social Emotional Learning Facilitator and Certified Women's Empowerment Coach. Her numerous speaking engagements include speaking at Mayor Dwight C. Jones Annual Day of Recognition of AmeriCorps Members, AmeriCorps State, and National Symposium, at the National Governors Association Winter Meeting with Former First Lady of Virginia Dorothy McAuliffe.

For the past 18 years, Tammie has dedicated her life and work to empowering women and youth after surviving a brutal domestic violence situation. Her work includes facilitating workshops on recognizing the red flags in unhealthy relationships, working with adjudicated youth and adults on treatment in prisons, consulting community partners on best practices for working with youth, providing a voice to survivors of intimate partner violence, and working with community advocates for solutions to the sudden increase in youth gun violence.

Tammie's experience designing, developing, and implementing curriculum and training materials focused on community organizing, youth leadership development, and advocacy skills goes beyond creating for R.E.A.L Girlz. She's created summer programs and learning curriculums for Partners for Youth with Disabilities and Code VA. Through her partnership with MENTOR Virginia, she facilitates New Mentor Training for youth development organizations and one-on-one consultation services.

Tammie's strong leadership skills and ability to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams have enabled her to build strong relationships with stakeholders and community leaders. Her additional community involvement includes serving as the United State of Women Ambassador for Virginia and Youth Advisory Board Member for Bermuda District in Chesterfield County.

After working as a Youth Program Manager for seven years at a local non-profit organization in Richmond, VA. Tammie used her knowledge to develop R.E.A.L Girlz in 2019. Through the pandemic, the program offered virtual sessions to students in Richmond Public Schools and quickly became known as the "hype" girlz program.

Through her commitment to youth development, she has received, the Educator Serving the Community and Woman of Grace Awards.

In March 2024, she was a finalist for the Metropolitan Business League Social Vision Award.

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