Tamyko Bey

Tamyko Bey

Profile

Thought leader motivated by the challenges of communicating in a digital world. Successful in messaging across multiple channels and to diverse audiences. Advocate for strong positive public awareness and brand recognition across a wide range of traditional and new media channels.Constantly exploring new ways of communicating and not afraid to generate ideas and execute them. 

Key Strengths: Driving all social media initiatives, and creating and coordinating public awareness advertising and grassroots campaigns.Great writer with strong interviewing , communication, and organizational skills and can switch gears at a moment’s notice. Thrive in the busiest, deadline driven team environments.

Interests: Keen interest in government, business, political, and economic landscapes.

Work History

Work History
Oct 2005 - Present

Consultant

Common Cents Consulting

Provide clients with the business advice, infrastructure, and capital needed to build relevant revenue streams, optimize and monetize content, and grow brand equity.Current Projects include:consultancy, web design, graphic design, branding, fund development, internet marketing, promotions and public relations.

  • Abundance Network
  • God Hop Movement 
  • Guerrilla Republik 
  • ACOA
  • Girl Society
  • Drop Squad Kitchen
  • Stop Playing Movement
  • Molly's Old Fashioned Ice Cream and Deli
  • Community Co Learning Cooperative
  • Konscious Insights
  • Knights Express and Delivery
Jun 2010 - Oct 2011

Resource Coordinator

Career T.E.A.M.

Provided direct client career development services to 10 + dislocated and underemployed clients daily. Essential functions and responsibilities included:

  • Developed curriculum, created a powerful learning environment, and ensured professional and effective delivery that exceeded company expectations by increasing employment rate 89%, 80% retention, and $14, 317 earnings of participants. 
  • Managed time, course material, and projects ahead of schedule exceeding all time sensitive requirements.
  • Facilitated  course orientation, workshops, job placements, retention, and post exit follow ups ensuring essential program elements were delivered.
  • Empowered students to self sufficiency by teaching them to identify their brand and translate it is skill identification when creating their job portfolios. Related to clients by listening to comprehend about their personal aspirations, college and career options for success in life. Maintained strict confidentiality of all sensitive client and company information. 
  • Contributed feedback to trainers, case workers,  job developers and Director that as a team resulted in 100% employment or work experience placements.
  • Developed relationships with outside  support agencies and community intermediaries like Banks and staffing services that proved to be valuable access to additional client training and work experience and employment sites.
Nov 2007 - Apr 2010

Finance Coordinator

Nehemiah Gateway Community Foundation

Worked individually with EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit ) campaign customers' returns under $40,000 to serve 6% of market share.Essential functions and responsibilities included:

  • Managed multiple site intake processes.
  • Promoted and facilitated saving through a split refund program; educated clients how to utilize IRS Form 8888 to split  refund in up to three separate financial accounts. 
  • Assisted in financial goal setting resulting in over 300 Split refunds, 100 plus savings accounts and savings bonds issued.
  • Educated customers about credit and the role that credit history plays in obtaining access to financial services. 
  • Educated and referred customers to state benefits, home ownership counseling, and financial education programs that were available in Delaware.
  • Provided clients with tools to use to increase their income, cash flow, and future economic position and become more financially stable.
Jun 2002 - Oct 2005

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay Council

Developed, retained and increased girl and adult membership. Identified, recruited, hired and trained staff and volunteers to represent and assist in extending Girl Scouts.Essential functions and responsibilities included:

  • Planned  and implemented a comprehensive marketing plan for girl and adult membership growth by researching market data, membership trends, and other pertinent information relevant to designated geographic areas.
  • Successfully created innovative strategies to ensure the effective delivery of membership services. Promoted in 2003 to address membership and retention in geographic areas with retention below council average.Highlights include: registered over 2000 girls and increase of 330 girls.
  • Developed and implemented and provided ongoing support, supervision and direction to 100+ administrative volunteers and 10+staff.
  • Cultivated local business and community organizations,researched community resources and needs,identified fundraising opportunities, and implement local service projects.Provided 1, 970 girls staff led programs, and conducted (2) Council-Sponsored product sales programs through girl/ adult partnership resulting n a net of $1, 968, 315.

Education

Education
Aug 1993 - Jun 1997

Mass Communications

Clark Atlanta University