Tammilee Jules is a native of Nassau Bahamas, now a citizen of the United States of America. Tammilee resided in Maryland with her husband and three children. Tammilee has a strong bond to her native homeland, often returning to the Island to teach methods of writing and expressing poetry in unique and creative ways. In 2009, Tammilee began the journey of becoming a part of the movement IBPPI, to empower Black Women and Girls globally. Using her voice in a poetic way, Tammilee tells the story of the Black Women and Girls plight in a compelling way that helps to open conversations, with the intention to bring awareness to the need for them to experience socioeconomic change, and prevention of trafficking risk.
Tammilee has been the Poet in Residence for the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute for the past 12 years. Traveling with IBWPPI, Tammilee opens every Policy Forum with a message that sets the atmosphere to receive the agenda. Tammilee Jules is a sought-after International Christian Poet and Recording Artist who speaks messages of hope, encouragement, healing, and Inspiration. Tammilee connects with other global leaders to support the work of empowering, and shifting the education, safety, economic and overall wellbeing of Black Women and Girls globally, to a more equitable outcome. Tammilee graduated from Oral Roberts University May, 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Counseling. She is currently a Graduate student at Oral Roberts University earning her Master’s degree to become a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Tammilee graduated from the Dorothy Irene Height Global Leadership Academy June 26th, 2021 in the DIH inaugural class.
Tammilee finds life balance through hobbies like, roller-skating, dancing, writing in her journal, traveling, and experiencing other cultures. Tammilee believes that the God-inspired words she receives and speaks, gives life and light, and has specific purpose for wherever she is sent.