Dr. Tammy D. Anderson
Dr. Tammy Anderson is the founder and the Sr. Pastor/Teacher of the House of Hope Outreach Ministry in Panama City Florida. Dr. Anderson oversees the Bereavement Ministry at her home church, St. John Missionary Baptist Church; volunteers at AWARE (Women’s Recovery Facility) and LEAD (Bay County’s Crime Prevention Coalition). She is the Founder and Executive Director for JUDOS (Juveniles Understanding Discipline Order & Service ) Bay County’s Youth Crime Prevention Program. She is also the Chaplain for the Panama City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and a member of the Planning Committee for the National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community sponsored by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.
She is the wife of Dexter Anderson, Sr., the mother of Tamika, Marquetta, Heather, and Dexter, Jr. Her educational background consists of graduating from A. Crawford Mosley High School in 1978, graduating from Gulf Coast Community College in 1979 with an AA degree in Pre-Political Science, graduating from Florida State University in 1981 with a B.S, degree in Political Science and Communication. She also completed Troy State University in 2003 with a master’s degree in Counseling/Psychology. She later completed her Educational Doctorate at Argosy University specializing in Pastoral Community Counseling and Organizational Leadership.
Dr. Anderson is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist in the State of Florida and the author of “The No Matter What Club- 90 Nuggets for the First 90 Days of Recovery.”
Most importantly, Tammy is a servant of God who loves the Lord and is a testimony of how God restores again and again!!!!