Tameka Ramsey is a nationally sought-after consultant, that specializes in providing training and coaching to grow the capacity of organizations and small businesses, through technical assistance, strategic planning, and professional development. Tameka serves as the co-founder of Pontiac Policy Council and convener for Black Women’s Roundtable Metro Detroit.
She has worked tirelessly to strengthen grassroots organizations across the country that are committed to improving their communities for every individual. Additionally, Tameka is dedicated to working in communities of color to assist the growth of entrepreneurs that have historically lacked resources. Tameka is also known for sharing her insight on various topics, including pop culture and politics, on the popular television show TMZ.
Tameka earned her Associate Degree in mental health/social work from Oakland Community College; her Bachelor‘s Degree in social work from Wayne State University; and her Master’s Degree in public administration from Oakland University. In addition to her formal education, Tameka has more than 12 years' experience in organizing, advocacy, and leadership development.
Tameka is married to Michael Ramsey. They have three children, Qua’Veionta (Roshae), Zakiya, and Michael II; and one grandson Qua Jr.