Meet the team

Tomicka Glenn

Communications and Digital Organizer

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Communications and Digital Organizer

Tomicka Robinson was born and bred in the city of Detroit. She chose to pursue her collegiate education at Wayne State University and earned her bachelor's degree in Design and Merchandising in 2007. Tomicka has a background not only in graphic design but also in social media management, digital strategizing, community organizing, creating email and texting campaigns, and event planning. She's a modest social justice writer whose essays have been published through Change Wire and Rewire News. Tomicka has also been featured as a contributor for multiple organizations such as MSNBC and Community Change. She most recently was interviewed for the Education Trust Midwest Annual Report. Tomicka was asked for her perspective as a parent of a child attending an institution within the Macomb County School District. She's a member of multiple organizations including 482Forward, Black Women's Roundtable Metro Detroit, and the Democratic Black Caucus of Macomb County. Tomicka currently offers her expertise as a member of 482Forward's Communications Committee. She's also a Digital Consultant for the Black Freedom Collective in partnership with Community Change. Her interests include digital organizing, West African spirituality, queer justice, socialism, Black liberation, voter engagement, and education justice. Tomicka resides in the suburbs of southeast Michigan with her two children but will always rep her city roots. Most days you can find her meditating and transitioning into a healthy lifestyle. A cup of dark roast coffee with cream and a lot of sugar is never too far away.