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Khadija A. Tribble - 2011 Welmore Cook Community Service Awardee

Khadija A. TribbleDistinguished visionary and champion of a better world to live in, Khadija A. Tribble, Principal, of Trifecta Consulting Group, is best known for leading change, delivering impactful results and acting as a powerhouse "Executive Advocate" for improving living for individuals domestically and worldwide.

Khadija brings more than 12 years of executive leadership, academia involvement and political advocacy into her clients projects, consistently attaining unwavering success. Coveted for uncompromised project management, consultative strategic thinking and progressive and innovative solutions are Khadija's organic strengths. These talents blended together with passion, high energy and intrinsic client engagement result in bottom-line improvements and client satisfaction.

Khadija's career path commenced upon graduating from the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama. Earning her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Stephens College of Business, Khadija was bound and determined to make a difference in the world. After working toward completing graduate coursework in Women's and Afro-American Studies, Khadija traveled to the nation's capitol where she served in a variety of roles impacting and improving the lives of children, women and families.

Serving others through her work, Khadija has left a footprint in various noteworthy organizations including American Red Cross, Covenant House Washington, JobPath and the Young Women's Project. In 2005, Khadijah founded Trifecta Consulting Group where she became involved in delivering exceptional results for several political campaign events as well as impacting progressive and evolving challenges within non-profit governmental entities.

"Visionary…bringing the future into the present"

Most notably, Khadija served as the Executive Director for Pediatric Care HIV/AIDS serving the Youth Development Programs and the greater DC community. Through Khadija's leadership, children with HIV/AIDS and their parents moved towards increased education, better medical care and a respectable seat at the table within the political and private sectors of Washington D.C. and the United States. The creation and execution of the "Got Stigma" program by Khadija and her team are credited with this progressive movement.

As a spokesperson, Khadija has shared her voice and vision on NPR radio, appeared as a guest on nationally syndicated Bev Smith Show and the Audrey Chapman Show. Additional press contributions are archived in the Washington Post, Metro Weekly and the Washington Blade.

Khadija is currently involved in several international cultural humanitarian projects impacting the Youth Workforce Program in Senegal, Africa as well as her philanthropic work volunteering for the International Community of Women in Argentina.

Active in local organizations, Khadija continues to offer leadership, direction and problem-solving efficiency to the following domestic organizations: Human Rights Campaign, Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women in the Life Association, Chairman of the Board National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Prince Georges County, Commissioner of Children Youth and Families American Association of University Women Pima County of Commissioner of Women
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