Humanitarian Director WriterActor Producer

Humanitarian/Teaching/Mentoring-Service

Tamika, a Virginia native, graduated from The American University with a BA in Performing Arts/Theatre.   She is an award winning Writer,  Producer, Director and Actor.   Tamika has been Teaching, Mentoring and Working in the Entertainment Industry for over 20 years. 

She has volunteered her services through various organization’s including, Inner City Filmmakers, Extreme Team, Sacred Service Saturday’s, Friend’s of El Faro, Little People Big Hearts, Children of Our Villages, The Bogart Foundation and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.

Tamika has also taught writing, directing, producing, acting and/or filmmaking at various non-profit organization’s including Greenway Arts Alliance, Star Education and Rap City Films.

Nearest and dearest to Tamika is “Make A Film Foundation”- a non-profit organization that she Created and Founded.  Make A Film Foundation (MAFF) teams film industry professionals with terminally or critically diagnosed youth to create short film legacies.  With the help of various high profile mentors, children write and star in their own short film.  MAFF is currently in post-production for the short film “Deep Bluewritten by 12-year old Clay Beabout.  Clay has Vater Syndrome.  He stars in the film with Sean Astin, Miguel Sandoval and Natasha Gregson Wagner.   Patricia Cardoso (Real Women Have Curves) directed the film.

Tamika is committed to making a difference through filmmaking.  She is currently on the Board of Directors of the non-profit, “Children of Our Villages” and is President and Chairman of the Board for, “Make A Film Foundation.”