HEALING by HELPING OTHERS
Tameco Brewster was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA where she raised her children and lived a happy but complicated life. It was always in her heart to open the doors of her home and help others. Tameco studied and graduated at ICDC COLLEGE where she earned an Associates Degree in Substance Abuse Counseling.
In 2011 she lost her only son, D'nary Fowler, to gun violence which impacted her life forever. In exchange for her pain she founded M.O.M.M.A, a foundation to aid the devastation of a broken heart and broken community.
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