Tommorrow’s connection with Stand goes back to 1996, when her mother participated in Stand for Children Day, this organization’s founding event. Tommorrow’s passion for quality education is evident in her efforts as a volunteer, student, and as part of the Stand family.
Tommorrow has testified in favor of equitable funding at school board meetings, participated in principal-hiring focus groups, lobbied in Washington, DC, and partnered with her alderwoman to address gun violence in the South Shore community of Chicago. She has served as president of both a Local School Council and a Parent Advisory Committee for a CPS neighborhood school. Prior to coming on staff, Tommorrow was a Stand member, team leader, and team captain. She is a 2014 graduate of Stand University for Parents.
In her current role, Tommorrow leads the family engagement and organizing work of Stand Illinois. She helped launch, innovate, and now leads Stand as One, the resilience and well-being program at the center of Stand’s work in Chicago. She also leads the Home Visit Project, which focuses on building trusting relationships between teachers and families. Tommorrow currently serves as a member of the Illinois Attendance Commission which is tasked with making "recommendations for strategies to prevent chronic absenteeism." She regularly represents Stand in our coalition work and school partnerships, and she has expanded Stand’s membership significantly. She serves on Stand’s organization-wide Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee.
Tommorrow is the proud mother of a beautiful high school student. She is a licensed cosmetologist and has an associate degree from City Colleges of Chicago. She is pursuing a B.A. in leadership studies from DePaul. She loves to check out local thrift stores.