WELCOME TO TAMARA FLOYD FOR GOODYEAR
Elect Tamara Floyd for Goodyear City Council August 2, 2022
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My desire to help the community began with a simple idea that’s blossomed into a real opportunity to make an impact. To make this a reality, I’ve decided to reach out and get the support of those who believe in the City of Goodyear's vision. Taking part in donating will give you a chance to join a truly amazing adventure and promote actual change.
LEADERSHIP ENRICHMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
2022 Graduation & Alumni Induction
Graduates & Almuni
Certificate of Graduation
The Support is Real.
THE URBAN CORNER MEET & GREET
ACERO APARTMENTS POOL PARTY
CEREAL KILLERZ MEET & GREET
FREE CARSEAT & SAFETY CLASS
FREE FRESH PRODUCE DAY
FREE FACE MASK DISTRIBUTION
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Watch Us in Action
MS. TAMARA FLOYD
Program Coordinator, Senior with the University of Arizona / Outreach Specialist for the Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center. Assisting families with community resources and referrals; Developing partnerships with community organizations including participating with multiple community collaborations & coalitions
Appointed: Co-Chair: City of Phoenix Human Services Commissioner
Appointed: Co-Chair: City of Phoenix Human Services Advisory Committee
Certified: Money Management Counselor (CCCR)
Certification of Completion: Green Building Principles and LEED Core Concepts
Community Outreach Director: Real Women Revealed, LLC: Community Collaborations/Outreach
South Central Extension/Downtown Hub Construction Advisory Board (CAB) South
State of Arizona Commission Notary Public
Centerra HOA Board of Directors
Tamara Floyd, resident of Arizona since 1992 and Goodyear since 1999, works intuitively with her community and is deeply rooted in a shared connection of partnerships. Ms. Floyd is dedicated to the growth of Goodyear, quality first child care, education, supporting small businesses, human services/resources and transportation.
2020 Outstanding Staff Award in Cooperative Extension
Tamara Floyd, who works with the University of Arizona's Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center, was named the Outstanding Staff in Cooperative Extension at the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Spring Awards Celebration. Congratulations, Tamara, and thank you for ALL that you do for the Family Resource Center (FRC) and for our office! (UA Spring Award Celebration, April 2021).
Heart of Extension Award 2020
This Outstanding Staff Award represents the heart and soul of University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center. (U of A Cooperative Extension, October, 2021).
"Tamara Floyd, Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center: Currently serving as the Senior Program ordinator for the Roosevelt Early Childhood Resource Center, Tamara works with low-income families coordinating resources. She is also an active member of the Travis L. Williams Community Council. When the annual South Phoenix Christmas party was in danger of being canceled after 34 years, Tamara stepped up to the task. She called on her resources in the community and delivered over 300 children. Not only did she secure toys, she arranged volunteers to wrap them. Her can-do attitude makes the community a better place. Recognized by the City of Phoenix Human Services Department” (South Mountain Villager, August 2018, p. 14).
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Tamara's Volunteer Work Includes:
City of Phoenix Human Services Commissioner/Co-Chair
City of Phoenix Human Services Advisory Committee
Travis L. Williams Community Council
South Mountain Laveen Child Abuse Council
House of Miracles, Inc. - Board Member
Real Women Revealed, LLC/Community Outreach Director
The Green Chamber of Commerce - Events Chair
AASLG (African American Strategic Leadership Group
Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce
United Way/FireStar Employment Coalition
Job Corp Employment Advisory Council