National Leadership Program, Spring 2018
Tameir Yeheyes is a Communications Fellow in the National Leadership program at Respectability. She is the youngest of three siblings. She was born in Washington, D.C., but was raised and currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland. She is a senior in college who anticipates graduating in the summer of 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communications from Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland. Upon graduation, she hopes to go into either nonprofit work or government agency employment.
Yeheyes is passionate about serving the community, making a difference in the world and working hard on behalf of people with disabilities. She believes a positive attitude is the key to achieving a fulfilling life.
In her free time, Yeheyes enjoys gardening, decorating and attending church to learn about the gospel of Jesus Christ. Outreach and evangelism are something she would like in her community. She has traveled to various states across America and hopes to go oversees one day. She also hopes to adopt a dog.
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ALL FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
- PUBLIC POLICY/EMPLOYMENT
- COMMUNICATIONS/DIVERSITY IN FILM & TELEVISION
- NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT
- COMMUNITY OUTREACH/GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING
- JEWISH INCLUSION