Tamiko Lowry-Pugh often referred to as "The Empowering Diva" is the voice for Women's Empowerment. As the CEO of Tamiko Lowry LLC, and The founder of The Still Standing Foundation, she has constructed a powerful movement dedicated to the empowerment and personal development of women across the world. Tamiko is the epitome of her aptly named non-profit, The Still Standing Foundation—an organization that provides a positive outlet for survivors of domestic violence to shed the shame and despair of their struggle while gaining strength and power. She is a compassionate mentor and friend, an enthusiastic leader, and visionary.
Tamiko is a member of The National Association of Professional Women, Atlanta’s Urban Professionals, Atlanta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE), and Women In The Spotlight GoinGlobal. In 2010 she was featured in Career Magazine’s article “40 Movers and Shakers under the age of 40” and in 2012 received The Atlanta Rising Star Award for her work with the Still Standing Foundation. Most recently Tamiko received the Atlanta Black History Makers Award as well as the Unsung Heroine Award for her dedication to the fight to end domestic violence. Tamiko currently serves as a contributor for the Female Entrepreneurs Association Magazine, and the Fulton County Women’s Journal and Bold Favor Magazine. Her experiences and the wisdom gained from them has afforded her many opportunities to appear on several radio and talk shows, host seminars, workshops, and provide support to other charitable organizations throughout the country.
Tamiko earned her Business degree from Colorado Technical University. She has completed Domestic Violence Advocacy training with the Georgia Coalition of Domestic Violence and obtained a certification in Teen Dating Violence Awareness which allows her to teach and train Domestic Violence Awareness workshops throughout the country. After attending the International Coaching and Science Research Institute she obtained certifications as a Certified Life Coach and Public Speaker/Master Communicator.
As an Author, Speaker, Professional Empowerment Coach, and Domestic Violence Advocate, Tamiko believes that empowerment comes from within and can be achieved by honoring yourself, your values, and expressing your talents and gifts.
Tamiko resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Kenny Pugh and 2 children, Destiny & Michael