Tameka Anderson began writing and performing at a young age. Her love of the performing arts continues today, as a published author, playwright, and producer – and now director of Create It Kids Club. Combining her passion for theatre and for children, Tameka started Create It Kids Club to help youth create confidence through creativity and the performing arts. One of the most innovative women in her field, Tameka has been featured in magazines like Redbook, Flahimamy, and is also a parenting expert for eHow. Tameka also serves as a volunteer child advocate for youth in the foster care system (she grew up in a foster home). She has also started a non-profit for single parents called God’s Angel for Single Parents (GASP) Ministries Inc. and holds an affiliate member seat on the Governor’s Office of Children and Families Task Force Team.
Dajhena Colbert (“Ms. Nae Nae”)
Dajhena Colbert, also known as “Ms. Nae Nae,” currently attends college and aspires to be a child psychologist. An accomplished performer, Ms. Nae Nae was recently inducted into the National Thespian Society. She brings a creative passion, and even more a passion for children, to her work at Create It Kids Club. Dearly loved by her students, she is a great listener and excellent leader, working tirelessly to bring out the best in every child she teaches. A student and a teacher, she is also an aspiring author of children’s books and volunteers her time on Sundays leading preschool worship.