Tamika Mallory

Women's March Co-Chair


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Tamika D. Mallory is an activist, the founder of Mallory Consulting, and the national co-chair for the Women’s March. She is an advocate for stronger gun restrictions, equal rights for women, health care, and ethical police conduct.

Mallory was born and raised by activists Stanley and Voncile Mallory in New York City. She grew up in the Manhattanville Houses in Manhattan and moved to Co-Op City in the Bronx when she was 14. Her parents were founding members of Reverend Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, a leading civil rights organization throughout the United States. Their work in NAN influenced Mallory and her interests in social justice and civil rights. Mallory is a single mother to her son Tarique. Sixteen years ago, her son’s father, Jason Ryans, was beaten, stabbed, shot and killed after stealing two firearms from a friend he sold drugs with. Mallory explains that her experience with NAN taught her to react to this tragedy with activism. Her son is now 18 and an active member of NAN.

At age 11, Mallory became a member of NAN to learn more about the civil right’s movement. By the time Mallory turned 15, she was a staff member at NAN. Mallory went on to become the youngest Executive Director at NAN. She worked at NAN for 14 years. She stepped down from her position as executive director in 2013 to follow her own activism goals. Mallory explains that she still takes part in NAN’s work, by attending rallies and recruiting members. Mallory has continued her activism, working on various topics such as gun control, women’s rights, and police violence. Following the murder of her son’s father, Mallory has worked endlessly to create stronger gun restriction laws. Over the past eight years, Mallory worked closely with the Obama administration on gun control legislation. She advised Joe Biden on these issues, and together they worked towards creating bills and helping pass these bills. In 2014, Mallory was selected to serve on the transition committee of the New York City Mayor, Mayor Bill de Blasio. During that time, she helped created the NYC Crisis Management System, an official gun violence prevention program, which awards $20 million annually to gun violence prevention organizations. In 2014 she also served as the co-chair for a new initiative through the Management System, the Gun Violence Awareness Month. Mallory holds many other leadership positions as well. She is the president of her own firm, Mallory Consulting, a strategic planning and event management firm in New York City. She is currently on the board of directors for Gathering for Justice, an organization aimed at ending child incarceration and working to eliminate racist policies that reproduce mass incarceration.

Mallory, alongside Bob Bland, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour organized the Women’s March, a worldwide protest on January 21, 2017. This march advocated for women’s rights, immigration reform, LGBTQIA rights, healthcare reform, environmental reform, Palestinian rights, racial justice, and racial equality. It was the largest single-day protest in US history. The leaders of this march mobilized in Washington D.C, with at least 500,000 people attending that march and an estimated five million worldwide participators.

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