Natrina Kennedy is from the Southside of Chicago. Always seeking to help those around her, she has a love for the community and a passion for women’s health. She received both a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Systems Management and a Master of Public Health concentrated in Health Policy and Management from Loyola University of Chicago.
Her professional experience includes healthcare administration, human resources, operations, implementing health care quality improvement strategic plans, telehealth, project management, community health, health policy, and systems change.
Natrina is an outcome-driven individual aspiring to promote public health. She has spent nearly 10 years in community work inspiring and uplifting young women and girls across the world. She utilizes her voice to challenge inequities and break barriers that will empower women by improving individual health, creating healthier families, and ultimately a more unified society.
LaNiece Thomas Flagg is from the south suburban area of Chicago. She earned her Bachelor’s Degrees in Chemistry from Chicago State University and currently oversees the Environmental, Health, Safety & Security policies at PICO Chemical Corporation. LaNiece is also a Licensed Bi-Vocational Minister with the Evangelical Covenant Church. She renders service at New Zion Covenant Church and a Non -profit organization called BOOC in Dolton, IL. LaNiece enjoys all that she does, but the 2 things that rank highest outside of faith and family are empowering youth and hosting heritage tours of Ghana, West Africa.
Aminah Z. Muhammad is a passionate, innovative, and resilient young woman from the south side of Chicago. Aminah earned her Bachelors degree in Allied Health Science from Grand Valley State University. While attending GVSU, Aminah gained outstanding leadership skills from various organizations such as You Beautiful Black Woman (YBBW), Alpha Kappa Psi CoEd Business Fraternity, and Student Senate. Aminah now works as a Licensed Practical Nurse for Maxim Healthcare and is also a proud owner of Aimee Z's Passionate Pastries.
Tiye Uhura Link has an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership and a MS in Community Counseling as well as an MBA. Tiye is employed at Nashville Cares as the Program Director of Healthy University for almost 5 years, a drop-in center for individuals living with HIV. Her programs address the complicated intersectional barriers PLWHA(People living with HIV/AIDS) combat in achieving optimal health. Tiye also serves on the Scientific Review Committee for the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research and the South East AIDS and Education Training Center (Steering Committee). Tiye serves at the forefront of community engagement for the TN CFAR(Center for AIDS Research) who’s aim is reduce the burden of HIV/AIDS in Tennessee and to generalize these benefits nationally and globally .Tiye’s passion and calling is at Nashville CARES serving the HIV+ population as well as prevention for the HIV- population.
Camille Jackson is from the Southside of Chicago and earned her Bachelor's degree in Sociology at the University of Illinois. Currently, Camille is Managing Partner of KemetiqueGroup LLC, Investor Relations Manager of NCJ Investments, and Events/Stage Director of Martin’s International.