Tamia Booker is a veteran political strategist with nearly two decades of experience building dynamic coalitions and working with national leaders to drive meaningful change.
Tamia has served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator Cory Booker and National Political Director for his presidential run, Senior Advisor on President Biden’s Inaugural Committee, National African American Outreach Director for Hillary Clinton, Executive Director of the College Democrats of America, and an appointee of President Barack Obama - serving as his Associate Director of External Affairs within his Department of Health and Human Services.
Across these roles, and now as a consultant to leaders and causes she believes in, Tamia has built a national reputation for organizing people and advancing tangible solutions in the world of politics, policy, government and philanthropy.
She’s a recipient of the 2014 NAACP Unsung Hero Award and the National Action Network’s 2018 Women Who Are Called to Action Award, alongside then-Senator Kamala Harris and Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
Tamia is a proud HBCU alum, a graduate of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), and a Philadelphia area native. She is based in Washington, DC.