Tameka Bell is a nationally recognized communications professional who leverages skills in storytelling, training, journalism and strategic narrative to help organizations tell better stories and win campaigns.


Tameka is the producer of the Prophetic Resistance podcast and as an experienced communicator, she has coached spokespersons to testify on Capitol Hill and appear in local and national media - including MSNBC, The Washington Post and The New York Times. She was the national communications director for the March for Black Women and led communications for Let My People Vote, a community organizing campaign that successfully lobbied to restore voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians.


Tameka has led trainings with more than 1,000 grassroots leaders - from first-generation immigrants and those returning from incarceration to clergy leaders and nonprofit executives. In 2014, she designed and led a communications and media seminar at Harris-Stowe State University for youth activists in Ferguson, Missouri. Her training portfolio includes active bystander intervention workshops that help to empower communities to combat situations of identity-based violence and “She Speaks: A Restorative Narrative Workshop for Black Women,” which centers the experiences of Black women who are often pushed to the margins of the margins. She teaches story and media for Auburn Theological Seminary.


Tameka is a native Kansas Citian, and holds a degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.