Tamara Ritchey Powers

Having “retired” from work in marketing and market research in order to raise kids, Tamara has devoted her efforts to nonprofit work.

Tamara served on the board of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles for nine years, including work on the Strategic Planning and Executive Committees. She has also served on the board of The Wonder of Reading, a literacy organization that helped build over 200 libraries in local public elementary schools; and on the board of The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor, where she served as Board Chair her last two years. Tamara is also on the Board of Pueblo Nuevo Education Group, the resource and advisory arm of Camino Nuevo Charter Academy. She served on the State’s Rewards and Intervention Advisory Committee from 1997-2002, to help create the state’s Public School Accountability Act. And, after twenty years as an advisory board member for The Children’s Partnership, she is now a founding board member.
In 2013, Tamara chaired the Grant Screening Board for The Everychild Foundation, a women’s foundation that makes a single $1 million grant each year to a child-based organization in the Los Angeles area.

An active community volunteer, Tamara has led parent groups and fundraising efforts at both Chadwick School, an independent school, and at local public schools, as well as leading a local mother-daughter philanthropy group, including volunteering significant hours to a range of local non-profits.

Tamara received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Stanford and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and continues to be actively involved in fundraising for both.

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