Tomika Anglin, SHRM-CP
Tomika Anglin comes to social justice work through education advocacy and activism. She began working with Parents United for Public Education organizing parents to submit more than 800 complaints of curriculum deficiencies to the Secretary of Education. She also organized and facilitated workshops for parents to learn about the issues and the best ways to advocate for the needs of their school communities.
As a city resident and public transit user, Tomika’s advocacy also extends to Septa’s Citizen Advisory Committee, where she brings rider concerns directly to Septa leadership. As a member of the committee she brings forward issues around service, safety, and the impact of changes like the Key card to the most impacted yet unheard Septa users.
Her most recent position was as chief of staff for Councilmember Kendra Brooks. She was part of the team that addressed constituent concerns like housing and food access during the pandemic and civil uprisings, while working to pass significantly impactful legislation like the Renter’s Access Act, Emergency Housing Protection Act and Public Health Emergency Leave.
At Juvenile Law Center Tomika will continue supporting impactful work that aligns with her personal values. As Operations Manager she will support the day-to-day operations of the organization. She is excited to work with Juvenile Law Center toward the equitable society that we want to see.