Tanyanika Franklin is a dedicated agent of change with a diverse background and a passion for community service. She is a LSU graduate and has extensive experience in various roles. Presently, she is Operations Manager for Daughters Beyond Incarceration and brings over 2 decades of experience driving strategic growth, fundraising, collaborative development and volunteer development to the role.
Tanyanika’s commitment to community shines through her previous work with CASA New Orleans, where she was instrumental for over a decade. In these various roles such as Lead Advocate Supervisor she was involved managing case investigations and supporting advocates while helping 10 foster children be accepted into college. Tanyanika’s strong background in grants, budgeting, program planning and her use of Six Sigma to improve processes will be invaluable to DBI.
In addition to her professional roles, Tanyanika is an active member of various organizations, including the Urban League Greater New Orleans Young Professionals and Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, where she has held leadership roles. Her extensive training, including Diversity and Inclusion, Trust Based Relational Intervention, and Mental Health First Aid, complements her skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Quickbooks and her excellent communication abilities. Tanyanika’s wealth of experience, education and community involvement make her a dynamic individual ready to contribute to DBI in more than one capacity.