Tamiko Lowry-Pugh often referred to as "The Empowering Diva" is a voice for Women's Empowerment. She is the CEO of EmpowerME! Life Coaching & Consulting - a personal development & lifestyle enhancement firm for women the CEO of Still Standing Publishing - a Book Publishing Company that publishes memoirs and self-help books and the founder of The Still Standing Alliance – a nonprofit organization that focuses on domestic violence awareness, advocacy, and prevention. Tamiko has constructed a powerful movement dedicated to the empowerment and personal development of women across the world. She is a compassionate mentor and friend, an enthusiastic leader, and visionary.
Tamiko is a member of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., MECCA Chapter where she serves as the 1st Vice President of Programs. She is an active member of Women In The Spotlight GoingGlobal, The Classy Living Society and several other professional organizations. Over the years she has received many awards and recognitions including The Rising In Community Excellence Award, Female Visionary of the Year Award, and most recently Tamiko received the Legend of Champions Award as well as the Unsung Heroine Award for her dedication to the fight to end violence against women, just to name a few.
Tamiko earned her Business degree from Colorado Technical University. She has completed Domestic Violence Advocacy training and has created several workshops, curriculums and trainings that allows her to teach and train Domestic Violence Awareness workshops throughout the country. After attending the International Coaching and Science Research Institute, she obtained certifications as a Certified Life Coach and Public Speaker/Master Communicator.
As an International Bestselling Author, Empowerment Speaker, Domestic Violence Expert and Violence Against Women Consultant, Tamiko believes that empowerment comes from within and can be achieved by honoring yourself, your values, and expressing your talents and gifts.
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Christy Sims (right) sits with Tamiko Lowry Pugh (left) as they both speak during a domestic violence