Tamika D. Mallory is a Harlem born award-winning social justice leader, activist, and mother. Quick-witted, strategic, and bold, Tamika speaks truth to power no matter the consequences. She is being hailed as one of the most influential Black voices of our generation. Read More >
Tamika served as the youngest ever Executive Director of the National Action Network and was instrumental in the creation of the New York City’s Crisis Management System, an official gun violence prevention program that awards nearly $27 million to violence prevention organizations annually. Tamika continues to make history when she helped shepherd the largest single day demonstration, the 2017 Women’s March on Washington serving as one of its four national co-chairs. Most recently, she co-founded Until Freedom, an intersectional social justice organization that serves as a clearing house for organizers, activists, movement attorneys, artists, celebrities and formerly incarcerated individuals. Tamika also co-hosts Street Politicians podcast on iHeart Radio’s Black Effect Network.
Tamika’s expertise lies in the areas of civil and human rights issues including extensive work around equal rights for women, economic empowerment, gun violence, criminal justice reform and police accountability. Tamika has been honored as one of Time’s 100’s Most Influential People in the world as well as featured on Fortune’s 2017 list of the World’s Greatest Leaders.
Tamika has been dubbed the Sojourner Truth of our time. She is a world-renowned sought-after speaker, the author of a highly anticipated book State of Emergency, a movement strategist and a brilliant media commentator and organizer that mixes street smarts with policy to engage the most marginalized communities. Read Less ^