Tallulah's professional resume includes working as an Integrated Marketing and Community Relations Guru across industries for the past 25 years. She has worked with a wide variety of diverse businesses both large and small that includes BET Networks, Medstar Health, Whole Foods Market and Higher Achievement where she worked in the local community being the face of the company or organization to bridge relationships and to build collaboration and partnerships to educate and encourage underserved communities and those communities with underlying health and economic disparities in Washington DC and Prince George's County, MD. Her passion is to educate people of color on how to live healthier and longer lives.
Tallulah is a 25-year 3x Breast Cancer Survivor and after her first diagnosed in 1998 and the next year founded 2for2 Boobs an 5013c organization located in Prince George’s County, MD. 2for2 Boobs is a call to action… To Take Two Minutes to Check Your Two (Boobs/Breasts) and dedicated towards providing education, information and resources on breast cancer awareness, early detection, genetic testing and knowing your breast health family history. 2for2 Boobs implements various creative and fun breast informative breast cancer awareness outreach events for women and men of various ages to encourage monthly breast checks, knowing your normal and recognizing breast changes and reminding to be diligent and have yearly breast exams. Tallulah has been interviewed via several media outlets locally and nationally and has spoken at several breast cancer awareness events, summits and panels where she enjoys telling her breast cancer survivorship "Shades of Pink Story,".... her journey of being a Warrior, Survivor...and Wonder Woman!
As an advocate, Tallulah is very passionate about having the conversation early with teens and educating millennials about self-breast checks and how early detection saves lives. She also empowers other breast cancer survivors/thrivers by inviting them to share their voices... their “Shades of Pink” stories to encourage and inspire those newly diagnosed or anyone who have been touched or not by breast cancer. In 2019 she conceived and produced “Shades of Pink…Our Stories” an engaging, informative and inspiring play featuring 7 breast cancer survivors and thrivers performed at Joe’s Emporium Playhouse in front of a sold-out audience.