BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Camille Glover serves as a member of the board for Doll’s House Foundation, the Duke Alumni Association DC, and the State Committee for the DC Democratic Party. She has served in leadership roles since childhood and has worked with politicians, individuals and corporations to strategically improve communities. Originally from Massachusetts, Camille currently works as an attorney in Washington, DC. She is also a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta, and she is passionate about helping others through her ministry and her volunteerism. Camille has degrees from Howard University, Duke University, and the University of Denver.
Tamara Johnson Hochman is a civic volunteer serving with the Doll's House Foundation, the Bloomfield Early Learning Center, and formerly with the Wintonbury Land Trust. Born in Los Angeles, she has degrees from Yale (BA summa cum laude, first gen), Stanford (MA Latin American Studies), and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (MALD & Certificate in Finance). As a Fullbright Scholar, she studied women's organizations, democracy building, and dictatorships in Latin America. She worked in commercial and investment banking at Citibank and Solomon Smith Barney, before settling with her husband, Jonathan, and raising four children in Connecticut.
Deidre Jones is a native of Springfield, Massachusetts. She has degrees from Western New University (BA) and Springfield College (MSW). Deidre also has post graduate advanced certificates from Simmons and Springfield College in Trauma and Children and Adolescents. She has been published in the Springfield College School of Social Work Journal of Advance Generalist Social Work Practice and has worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Children and Families for the past 30+ years. Deidre is a single a parent with 2 adult children and she is a proud Doll’s House Foundation Board Member.
Hafzat Akanni is a recent graduate of Boston University where she studied International Relations and African American Studies. She hails from Lagos, Nigeria; but, spent most of her life living in Dublin, Ireland. During her undergraduate career, Hafzat was heavily involved in student life. She engaged in extracurricular activities through organizations such as the International Affairs Association, the Residence Hall Council, the Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Boston University Student Government where she served as the Executive Vice President and Student Body President. She is passionate about creating a more just and equitable future and is a deep believer in using the law and community engagement as a tool for societal empowerment.