Tameka Christmas is a multi-faceted force of compassion, resilience, and empowerment. As a content creator, public health graduate student, and grant writer, she combines her experiences and expertise to support mothers facing postpartum depression and the challenges of motherhood. At the heart of her journey lies The Mama Wellness Foundation, a non-profit organization she founded to provide invaluable assistance to mothers navigating similar journeys.

As a graduate student at Baylor University, Tameka explores the realms of community health and program development, honing her skills and knowledge to drive meaningful change. Her passion for supporting non-profit organizations extends beyond her studies, as she operates a thriving full-time business. In this role, she offers essential assistance in business foundation, grant submissions, and program/service development, strengthening the foundations of organizations dedicated to making the world a better place.

Tameka's own path to motherhood was marked by challenges, including a battle with postpartum depression. Drawing strength from within and with the support of her therapist and doula, she embarked on a transformative journey. She not only conquered her personal struggles but also nurtured an extraordinary bond with her son.

Her unwavering vision centers around the dismantling of the stigma associated with postpartum depression. Tameka is committed to empowering mothers, helping them recognize their own needs, and fostering a community that uplifts and supports one another. Through her Grant Writing Agency and The Mama Wellness Foundation, she channels her dedication into providing unwavering support to mamas at every stage of life including business. 


Visionary on a Mission to Reduce the Stigma Associated with Postpartum Depression and empower mamas to thrive

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