Alberta “Tamika” Quick is a first-generation college student born in Harlem, New York City and raised in Passaic, NJ. She holds a BA in Marketing and Communications from Ramapo College of New Jersey, an MA in Counseling with a concentration in Student Affairs Personnel from Montclair State University, and is currently pursuing her Ed. D. in Educational Leadership from Saint Peter’s University. Over the course of the last fourteen years, Ms. Quick areas of expertise have involved student activities, fraternity & sorority life, women’s empowerment, and diversity education. She currently serves as the Associate Director of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Compliance at Ramapo College of New Jersey, a four-year public liberal arts college in New Jersey.
Ms. Quick also serves as the Conference Manager for The Ceceilyn Miller Institute (CMI), innovative leadership and diversity training, non-profit organization, dedicated to the cause of social justice and leadership development. CMI programs empower its participants to function more effectively as people and communities. In 2017 Tamika joined became a Board Member for ACE Women’s Network NJ. ACE Women’s Network – New Jersey is a statewide organization committed to your professional development. As a Board Member, she is dedicated to identify, develop, encourage, support, link and help advance women in higher education. Last but certainly not least Tamika is also the proud mother of two children.