Tammy's featured lectures and workshops designed especially for women and teenage girls in motivation, lifeskills and communications topics include "Making Transitions a Success" and "Surviving the Balancing Act."
Her new book is Nuggets of Love for our Daughters: From A Mother's Heart which is a warm engaging series of letters from a mother to her teenage daughter with a healthy dose of timely advice.
Tammy has served as mistress of ceremonies for many events. She has shared the podium with the late Coretta Scott King as well as Judge Mablean Ephraim, the former judge of the national syndicated show, "Divorce Court."
Tammy has been honored as a "Distinguished Woman of the New Millennium" presented by Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., " A Women of Power and Grace" by the Chronicle Foundation and has been recognized by the Phyllis Wheatley Literary and Social Club for her work in the media and in the community.
Tammy is currently the host and producer of "Tammy," the only Lowcountry community television 30-minute talk show which airs daily on Comcast Cable Channel 2. In 2008 The "Tammy Show" was awarded the Golden Palmetto Award for Excellence in Local Programming. The show features guests from non-profit and community organizations, community leaders and individuals who discuss topics including arts, education, health, literature and other human interest stories. The "Tammy" show is celebrating its tenth year anniversary. Tammy has been featured more than once on the cover of the Comcast Channel Guide for her accomplishments in the media industry as well as other local and statewide magazines.
Formerly, Tammy co-hosted along with SC State Representative David Mack, III, the PM Urban Edition, a radio community talk show.
Here she is on live talk radio with Dr. LaSharnda Beckwith's"Living Happy Every Day."