Tamera Trotter, MS
Ms. Trotter attended the University of California at Irvine and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences in 1989. She attended the University of La Verne and earned a Masters Degree in Leadership and Management in 2006.
Ms. Trotter has been with Riverside County Children’s Services for 10 years. She worked as a Line Worker, Program Specialist, and Children’s Social Services Supervisor. Ms. Trotter has a passion for working with youth and teens particularly those preparing to emancipate. As the supervisor of the Riverside County Independent Living Skills Program in 1990, Tamera was instrumental in developing training and other programs geared to teaching life skills and conflict resolution.
In addition, Tamera is a published author of two books with a main focus on celebrating cultural diversity. TALKING JUSTICE: 602 WAYS TO BUILD AND PROMOTE RACIAL HARMONY was published in 1992; ROAD MAP TO CULTURAL AWARENESS was published in 1995. Tamera has discussed her books on talk shows and they have been reviewed in several newspapers across the country.
Ms. Trotter has conducted training on cultural diversity for the past fifteen years based on an eight hour curriculum and workbook she designed. Ms. Trotter is a motivational speaker on topics such as; self-motivation, working with difficult teens, leadership, cultural diversity and principles of wealth.