Tamara Washington, ED.D.
Dr. Washington (she/her) started her career as a community advocate and organizer supporting survivors of power-based violence and their families in Georgia. During her time working in the community, she also worked as a Health Educator where she created and provided educational programs and initiatives on topics such as sexual assault, interpersonal violence, healthy relationships, and sexual health.
Dr. Washington went on to create an advocacy office at the George Washington University (GWU) where worked alongside the campus community to identify and reimagine healing and justice and provided prevention education
focused on addressing and disrupting all forms of oppression. She continues her work in developing and leading racial equity policies, trainings, and initiatives in higher education.
Dr. Washington holds a Doctor of Education from the George Washington University where her research focuses on the healing experiences of Black college women, a Master of Education in Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies. She is an Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) and is also a certified professional coach who focuses on trauma recovery and executive leadership coaching and is working on her PCC credentials with the International Coaching Federation.