Foundation's Founder and Executive Director
Activist | Writer | Speaker

Tammie Lang Campbell, who was dubbed as the “fixer” of Fort Bend County, is a gifted mediator and revered activist who made a quantum leap from rural Mississippi to become a nationally recognized civil rights leader and founder of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation. This organization has nurtured HOPE in young people for 25 years through diversity, environmental stewardship and civil rights initiatives. 

Optimism and activism fueled by faith is who Tammie Lang Campbell is. She is a woman who has the audacity to believe her efforts can make a difference – which they undoubtedly have.

Her efforts to address cultural insensitivity have been featured on/in CNN, World News ABC, Manhattan City Hall News, Canada Raw News, Crisis Magazine, The Grio and Texas Monthly Magazine. She has also written editorials for the Houston Chronicle and been featured on/in countless state and local media outlets.

She served on Harvard University’s Civil Rights Project: School-to-Prison Pipeline Roundtable Discussion, as president of NAACP-Missouri City & Vicinity Branch and as the Education Chair of Texas State NAACP Conference.

She is the recipient of the: Aetna Insurance/ Magic Johnson, Jefferson, Top 25 Women of Houston, The Houston Sun’s Woman of Power and Purpose, YMCA Minority Achievers, North Houston Frontiers’ Drum Major, Community of Faith Greatness Inspiring Greater, Anti-Defamation League and National NAACP-Kraft Foods Image awards. In 2005 and 2006, Campbell was recognized in Sophisticate’s Black Hair Magazine as the “Role Model Beyond Beauty”, among celebrities: Gabrielle Union, Beyoncé, Oprah, Halle Berry, Patti LaBelle and civil rights leader, Rosa Parks. She has also been recognized by both Texas and Hawaii House of Representatives.

Tammie, a graduate of Alcorn State University, considers her two adult children, Shar-day and Dennis Jr., as her greatest blessings.