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Tamira Dunn, is the D in DMC. Trailblazer, compassionate and dedicated are just a few words to describe the life and journey of Tamira. She’s a graduate of THE GREAT Morgan State University and University of Baltimore. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Human Service Administration. Recognizing the need to assist teen parents at a time when teen pregnancy was at an all time high in Baltimore City, Tamira created Dream Girls Mentoring Program in 2008 to help mentor young moms. Her organization served over a thousand young moms and their children. In 2014 Ms. Dunn suffered a miscarriage that ultimately left her broken. From that loss birthed the passion for Maternal and Infant Child Health. She currently sits on the FIMR board with the Baltimore City Health Department and she’s also the founder of Elijah’s Hope Foundation. Tamira is extremely passionate about community service and works tirelessly to advocate for pregnant women, children, youth and families. She is a mom of two beautiful girls that are the motivation behind all she does.

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Mia Matthews is the M in DMC. Mia is tenacious, fearless, and compassionate. She’s a native of Baltimore Maryland and has a Masters Degree in Public Health from Liberty University. After the loss of her beautiful daughter Channing, Mia began advocating for kids with complex medical needs. In fact, there’s currently a legislative bill that Mia is fighting to getting passed that will demand in home nurses to undergo a rigorous training to assist children with medical complex needs. Currently there are NO specific trainings for in home nurses. We are praying to have Channing’s Law passed in the 2022 legislative session. She serves on the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Family Advisory Committee, Mount Washington Hospital Family Advisory Committee, Board Member at PACT: Daycare for Children with Special Needs and the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative Patient and Family Committee. Mia’s goal is to help adults become sustainable individuals by strengthening their mental state. When she’s not out helping others, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son.

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Terry S. Cornish is the C in DMC.  Terry is indestructible, dedicated, and the firecracker we need on our team!  Mrs. Cornish matriculated through Edmondson Westside High School receiving honors and continued her studies at Coppin State University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal justice. Determined to reach higher, she attended graduate school Coppin State University and received her Master’s Degree in Human Services. Mrs. Cornish has a great passion for child and adolescent development and has made it her life’s mission to assist others with maximizing their potential.  Terry is the true definition of resilient! Despite any obstacles or trials she’s faced, she has always pushed through for others with a smile on her face. Mrs. Cornish’s goal is to uplift, inspire, encourage, educate, and motivate as many people as she can in her daily travels and makes great efforts to brighten up the lives of others. Terry is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated. She dedicates her time to others by participating in community service events with her organizations throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County.  Her motto is “trust the process” that God has us going through and believe that with prayer and dedication we will thrive. She currently lives in Baltimore with her husband and two children.

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