Tammie Lang Campbell

Resident Community Advocate

Tammie Lang Campbell is an activist who made a quantum leap from rural Mississippi to become a nationally recognized civil rights leader and founder of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation. With nearly three decades of service to the community, Campbell’s work has focused on the school-to-prison pipeline, policy reform, environmental stewardship, and community engagement.  A sought after mediator, speaker, and social commentator who’s work has been featured in the Houston Chronicle, CNN, ABC, Crisis Magazine, The Grio, and Texas Monthly Magazine.

As a natural extension of her work, she has most notably served as a member of Harvard University’s Civil Rights Project: School-to-Prison Pipeline Roundtable; First Female President of NAACP-Missouri City & Vicinity Branch; Education Chair of Texas State NAACP Conference; Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter: Class XLIX; Fort Bend District Attorney Brian Middleton Criminal Justice Committee Chair; and a member of Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg’s Transition Team.

Campbell is a graduate of Alcorn State University.