Terina-Jasmine (TJ) Alladin
Terina-Jasmine (TJ) focuses her professional efforts on uplifting women, girls of color, English language learners, and students with disabilities. Prior to joining NCWIT as a consultant, TJ worked as a Program Manager at Science Club for Girls, a non-profit organization that supports girls who are underrepresented in STEM careers through programming, internships, and mentoring. TJ also worked as a data consultant for the US Soccer Foundation and as a consultant of the Boston Ballet, where she managed school-based arts programs and taught in the Boston Ballet’s world-renowned Adaptive Dance Program, which provides high-caliber dance instruction to youth and adults with Down syndrome and/or Autism Spectrum Disorders.
TJ received her MSc in dance science from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in the United Kingdom, the world’s foremost center for research in dance science. There, she studied statistics and analyzed instruments for measuring physiological capacity. She is the Founder and principal consultant for a Boston-based arts consulting collaborative, Cultural Capital, where teaching artists receive training, professional development, and residencies in Boston public schools that do not have access to quality arts programming. TJ is a Philadelphia resident from Brooklyn, New York with a rich heritage from Georgetown, Guyana.