Interview w/ Tyree Dilingham and Kimberly Bottger
Published February 28, 2018
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    Live from Live Mana Worldwide Studios in the heart of Little Italy, San Diego, this is Joshua T Berglan's Morning Gratitude with special guest Tyree Dillingham and Kimberly Bottger..... Tyree Dillingham is a Sacramento, CA native, but found her passion as a Philanthopreneur, an entrepreneur philanthropist. She is currently the President and CEO of Inspirement Tribe, formerly After-School All-Stars San Diego where she has been instrumental on a local, state and national stage for the advancement of social and emotional learning, extended learning and out-of-school-time programming. She is known for revolutionizing and innovating the non-profit arena with her entrepreneurial ey. Tyree is also a facilitator and coach for social and emotion programs for children and adults in alifornia and Los Angeles. For the past seven years, Tyree has held positions on the planning committee for the California After-School Challenge, serves as a founding member of the California After-School Advocacy Alliance, Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, and as a state and national advocate for after-school. Her background, however, is in politics. She took an interest at a young age. She began working on political campaigns at a young age, and worked with a number of elected officials including California Attorney General Dan Lungren and California Governor Pete Wilson. Tyree went to work for a real estate investment company where she oversaw marketing for all California properties in their student housing division, until she was promoted and moved her career to Boston, MA. In Boston, she worked on account acquisitions and revenue diversification until she moved back to California when the recall of Governor Gray Davis was beginning to take shape. After Governor Schwarzenegger’s successful campaign, she wrote business plans and marketing plans for high tech and bio tech startup companies while helping transition the Governor’s Office. She was asked to come on board full time in 2004, where Tyree served as the Director of the Governor’s Office. After leaving the Governor’s Office, Schwarzenegger asked Tyree decided to lend her time and talent to After-School All-Stars, an organization founded by him in 1992, to serve underprivileged youth across the country. In 2015, After-School All-Stars San Diego saw a bigger vision to include Social and Emotional Learning in the after-school space and rebranded to Inspirement Tribe. She currently serves over 4,000 inner-city kids in the South Western United States. ��Tyree is currently a Global MBA candidate at Georgetown, INCAE and Esade Universities, integrating a unique perspective on geopolitics and international diplomacy by partnering with Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service to further her efforts to bring social and emotional programming globally. A graduate of San Diego State University, Tyree holds degrees in Business Management and Political Science. In her free time, she is a leadership coach, trainer and facilitator, a Girl Scout leader and has mentored a Little Sis from Big Brothers Big Sisters. She is a graduate of the Ascension Leadership Academy’s PhD Mastery in Leadership Program focusing on speaking and facilitating program. As a member of the Herb Klein Leadership series for emerging leaders, she serves on the Steering and Project Committee. She has served as the President for the California Women’s Leadership Association (CWLA) San Diego Chapter and the CWLA Political Action Committee, as well as, sitting on the CWLA Statewide Board. She also is a graduate of the LEAD San Diego class of 2009 where she held the position of Social Chair, and worked on the Urban Corps Leadership Action Team, creating the curriculum that landed the organization close to $1 million in grant awards from the Gary and Mary West Foundation. Tyree organized California Legisla
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