As a Legislative advocate, Tamiko uses her experience and expertise to influence the introduction, enactment, or modification of legislation related to victim rights, violence against women, and other issues that affect women and girls. She does this through direct lobbying, meeting with legislators, and sharing her personal and her client's views on an issue, and encourages legislators to vote a specific way on a bill.
Tamiko believes that we should remind leaders and government officials of their responsibilities to their constituents and offer them constructive ideas. By doing this, we can bring about public policy changes. We must speak out for ourselves and on behalf of those who may not be able to speak for themselves.
Over the years Tamiko has been successful in lobbying and advocating for bills such as Georgia House Bill 911, The Violence Against Women Act and Marsy’s Law For Georgia just to name a few.
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