About Tammerlin Drummond
DRUMMOND, TAMMERLIN is an editorial writer and columnist for the BANG-EB. She writes a twice-weekly op-ed column and contributes editorials. Drummond is a native of Oakland, CA. She graduated from Smith College where she majored in French studies. She is also a graduate of the Summer Program for Minority Journalists at UC Berkeley and has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Long Island University. Among working for The Day and the St. Petersburg Times, she also joined the Los Angeles Times where she was a member of the paper's Pulitzer Prize winning team coverage of the Los Angeles riots and worked on special assignment in the Nairobi bureau. In 1992 she took a leave of absence from the Times to become a Journalists in Europe Fellow, based in Paris. In 1994, she joined Time Magazine where she was Miami bureau chief and a staff writer based in New York. She joined the Contra Costa Times, which since 2004 has been acquired by Media News. She enjoys traveling, cooking, sports and working as a board member for Friends of Faith, a nonprofit organization that gives money to low-income and uninsured women with breast cancer.
- Location: AL
- Was accepted for Mar 22-27 2009 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Tammerlin Drummond (includes contributory writing):
- Alameda Point Collaborative
- The Alameda Point Collaborative is a unique neighborhood located on 34 acres of Alameda Point. At APC, we work to end homelessness by providing housing and services to create communities ...