May your soul be WELL.
Serving the Black community while changing
the narrative about racism in the U.S. healthcare system.
Tamara is an Emmy-nominated, highly respected, and insightful entertainment and broadcast news leader with nearly 30 years of experience. She has demonstrated success in project development, interactive media production strategies, editorial and creative productions.
She is the recipient of a Peabody Award, DuPont-Columbia Award, The National Academy of Television Arts & Science Award, Gracie Award, NAMIC Award, NABJ Salute to Excellence Award, and AABJ Pioneer Award.
soulWELL is a natural evolution of Tamara's Wyntersweet Entertainment production company. This health-focused series is born out of her desire to produce programming that has the dexterity to educate, inform, inspire and entertain
the viewing audience.
Allecia is a passionate leader, speaker, and strategic thinker. Her contagious enthusiasm and unique perspective on the intersection of health and sustainability have driven her to create innovative solutions for communities around the United States.
Allecia believes we are all leaders with an opportunity to make change happen every day in our personal lives, at work or school, in our communities, and globally.
She joined the soulWELL team in 2020 as a principal partner and project manager.
Connect with her to share the stories you like, the ones you want to hear, and any suggestions you have about improving soulWELL.
Thalia Wilson has more than 25 years of experience working in higher education administration, including Predominately Black Institutions (PBIs), and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), where she currently serves as a university executive. She is dedicated to providing equal educational opportunities for disadvantaged, under-served, and first-generation students.
Her true calling led her to join the soulWELL team as a principal partner and consultant in education, individual perseverance, financial opportunity, and community involvement.
Thalia believes the lack of education and exposure to research, low income, racial disparities, and other factors may result in poor health in the Black community. She credits the soulWELL project being on the right path to encourage our society of the importance of health and wellness while helping to eliminate cultural barriers in receiving equal healthcare for all.
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