Tamisa Hunter is best known for empowering women and teen girls. Tamisa has been featured on Heaven 97 KHVN, 95.3 Jamz, Lady Charmaine Radio Show and a number of other radio, television and print outlets such as Pose Magazine, SwagHer Magazine and National Hip Hop Magazine. Tamisa has found success as a business woman, building her own, thriving brand. In fact, over the past 6 years, she has successfully launched 5 businesses while also attaining her Life Coach Certification. She has taught at local schools speaking to at-risk teen girls about self-love and helping them know their worth. Through this outreach, Tamisa’s customer base has grown rapidly within a just few short years. In addition, Pose Magazine recognized Tamisa’s achievements with the “Girl on Fire” award.
A survivor of domestic violence, a harrowing experience that taught her endurance, Tamisa discovered her strength in overcoming barriers and the importance of self-love. These are the lessons that she so courageously shares with her audiences. These experiences and the principles learned through her life coach certification help her reach women, calling them to live at the level God has called them to be.
By sharing her insight with small women groups, women-led conferences and startup businesses, Tamisa has become a sought-after speaker, consultant and empowerment expert. But even more, she has a story that’s grounded in overcoming the many obstacles that life has thrown her way, including overcoming low self-worth. She shares her stories to help women know that no matter what has happened, the test is their testimony.
Tamisa’s purpose in life is to help women and young girls become who God designed them to be. She uses her testimony, faith and God's Word as her foundation. This foundation has allowed grace and mercy to sustain her, affording her the opportunity to walk the path God has for her. A loving wife of 20+ years, a mother of 3 and a business woman, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and seeing women overcome the barriers of life.
Macey V. Ibalio
assistant to Tamisa Hunter