Tabitha is a Trinidadian-American mom, writer, artist, and organizer who has been with Women’s March since Day 2. Tabitha served as Director of Community Engagement, later serving as Deputy Executive Director of Program. She is now a Senior Advisor, Strategic Partnerships. She works at the intersection of social impact and art. As co-founder of Youth Empower, Tabitha led the team that organized the Enough! National School Walkouts that saw 2 million students demand safety from gun violence. Tabitha writes for multiple outlets, including the column “Raising Antiracist Kids”. She is also a founding member of Movement Women TT, fighting gender-based violence in Trinidad & Tobago. Tabitha consulted with Penguin on the kids’ book, Little Activists. Together with 24 other Women's March organizers, Tabitha was recognized as one of Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year. She was named one of 200 Women Who Will Change The Way You See The World and one of 100 Women Who Stood Up To Trump In His First 100 Days. She has been featured on MTV, in MarketWatch, WWD, NowThis, and Nylon, among others. She has held talks and contributed to panels at Gettysburg College, Fashion Institute of Technology, George Washington University, Yale, The New School, and DePauw University, among others.