Tami Graham is a 5th generation Coloradoan and has lived in southwestern Colorado since 1984. She received her masters Degree in Transpersonal Psychology, with Graduate Certificates in both Organizational Leadership and Conflict Resolution in 2001 from JFK University in Orinda, California.
Tami has worked with dozens of local and regional businesses, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations doing board/staff training, organizational development consulting, and strategic planning.
As a professional mediator, Tami has mediated dozens of business, workplace, family, and community conflicts.
She has served on several non-profit boards and has been the Executive Director of Animas Conservancy Land Trust, KDUR FM, and Braided River Mediation Center in Durango, Colorado. She was a Steering Committee member for Rural Philanthropy Days, which took place in Mancos, Colorado in June 2010.
She was awarded Woman of the Year at Fort Lewis College in 1996 for her leadership as Station Manager of KDUR FM.
Tami also has produced over 50 events in Southwestern Colorado, primarily focused on bringing nationally-touring performers to Durango and surrounding communities.
In May of 2012, Tami Graham was chosen to introduce President Barak Obama at a fundraising event in Denver. For the full article, click here.
See the article on the Durango Telegraph article by clicking here.
See the article on the Obama campaign site by clicking here.
To see a larger version of the photo of President Obama hugging Tami, click on the image.