Tomika Anderson Joins Staff | Equal Rights Advocates
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Tomika Anderson Joins Staff

July 18, 2016 | by

Tomika-AndersonWe’re excited to announce the hire of Associate Director Tomika Anderson, who joined ERA in June 2016.

Tomika is a passionate nonprofit professional who has served the sector for over 14 years in a variety of roles both on the program side as well as operations. Prior to joining ERA, Tomika worked as a senior manager at Internet Archive where she ran operations and administration for the nonprofit digital library and its website, which hosts the Wayback Machine.

“I’m excited to join a team dedicated to fighting for such an important cause,” said Tomika. “Through the implementation of stronger and more efficient systems and operations, I hope to set-up the team for even more success along with the ability to impact even more women and girls around the country!”

She has worked for local nonprofits, at a Kansas City area Boy’s Group Home and Mid-America Regional Council; national nonprofits, at Youth Volunteer Corps, Playworks and the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics); and international nonprofits, at Architecture for Humanity and Internet Archive.

Tomika holds a BS from William Jewell College and a Master’s in Public Administration/ Nonprofit Management from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.



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