Tywonia Orum

Resident & Community Support Program Coordinator at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

Tywonia Orum

Tywonia Orum

Resident & Community Support Program Coordinator at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Director of Outreach & Engagement at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Chief Operating Officer at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Director of Communications & Marketing at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Special Programs & Partnership Coordinator at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Director of Development, Major Gifts at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Director of the First Tee of East Lake at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Development Coordinator at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Assistant Director for the First Tee of East Lake at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Vice President of Development at East Lake Foundation, Inc.

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Tywonia Orum
Resident & Community Support Program Coordinator at East Lake Foundation, Inc.
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Counseling

Samford University is Alabama’s top-ranked private university with nationally ranked academic programs rooted in the university’s Christian mission. Located in suburban Birmingham, Samford was founded in 1841 and is the 87th oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It enrolls 5,471 students from 47 states and 29 countries in 10 academic units: arts, arts and sciences, business, divinity, education, health professions, law, nursing, pharmacy and public health. In 2015, U.S. News and World Report ranked Samford 4th among regional universities in the South. Samford also has been nationally ranked for academic programs, value and affordability by such prestigious publications and rankings as Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, The Princeton Review and Colleges of Distinction, among others. Samford offers 30 undergraduate and graduate/professional degrees. There are 158 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations. Graduate/professional degrees are offered in business, divinity, design studies, education, health professions, environmental management, law, music, nursing, pharmacy and public health. The university’s College of Health Sciences is adding many new undergraduate and graduate/professional programs in the next few years. The faculty-to-student ratio is 1:12, and no classes are taught by teaching assistants. Among Samford’s 49,000-plus alumni are more than 60 U.S. congressmen, seven state governors, two U.S. Supreme Court justices, four Rhodes Scholars, multiple Emmy and Grammy award-winning artists, two national championship football coaches, and recipients of the Pulitzer and Nobel Peace prizes. The university fields 17 varsity sports—eight men’s and nine women’s—that participate at the NCAA Division I level in the Southern Conference. Samford has an annual economic impact of $335.1 million on the state of Alabama.

Career History
Resident & Community Support Program Coordinator
2012 - Current

To provide the tools for families of The Villages of East Lake and students of the Charles R. Drew Charter School education pipeline to build a better life for themselves and future generations through education, mixed-income housing and community wellness.The East Lake Foundation (ELF) serves as the lead organization and engages a network of Foundation-run programs and integral partnerships to transform place and build promise.

Pathway Coach
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The Center for Working Families, Inc.'s mission is to advance economic success for hard-working families and their children through workforce development, economic support and asset building. To meet the intensive needs of the vulnerable families we serve, TCWFI bundles a wide range of essential services in one location. Through core pathway programs in our Family Economic Success Continuum, combined with leadership development programs and linkages to essential partners, TCWFI offers residents comprehensive help to become job-ready and competitive in today's workforce, develop solid asset-building practices and explore entrepreneurial opportunities.

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$50 - $249
2014

To provide the tools for families of The Villages of East Lake and students of the Charles R. Drew Charter School education pipeline to build a better life for themselves and future generations through education, mixed-income housing and community wellness.The East Lake Foundation (ELF) serves as the lead organization and engages a network of Foundation-run programs and integral partnerships to transform place and build promise.

$50 - $249
2012

To provide the tools for families of The Villages of East Lake and students of the Charles R. Drew Charter School education pipeline to build a better life for themselves and future generations through education, mixed-income housing and community wellness.The East Lake Foundation (ELF) serves as the lead organization and engages a network of Foundation-run programs and integral partnerships to transform place and build promise.

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