Tamitha offers CCG clients facilitation, coaching, project and knowledge management services. She has led strategy, capacity building, and narrative change initiatives and projects partnering with multi-sector groups, consultants, policymakers, public and private funders, researchers, grantee partners, organizers, advocates and community leaders. Through engagements designing and leading organizational change, strategic planning, thought leadership, meeting, retreat and convening planning, she has also designed and implemented racial equity and inclusion plans within strategic planning, grantmaking, and evaluation initiatives with grantee, consultant, government and peer philanthropic leaders and partners.  

After earning a BA in Public Health as well as a MHS degree in Health Policy and Management, both from Johns Hopkins University, and a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary, Tamitha completed doctoral coursework in Public Affairs and Administration focusing on public/nonprofit management and finance.