Ms. Takee Jobe is Baltimore City native. Raised within a family of educators, she was taught at a very young age the importance of education. She is a graduate of Western Senior High School. Takee attended Howard University earning her Bachelors in Communications with a Minor in Fashion Merchandising. After college she landed a job at BET Networks which afforded her opportunities to work on Capital Hill, interview countless celebrities, and travel across the country covering the monumental Presidential election of 2008.
It was her passion for education and fashion that lead her back to her life's purpose. In 2012 Takee founded GLAM Program Inc. In 2014, Ms. Jobe was received the Inspire to Inspire Award from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for her serving as a role model for those in Baltimore City. She has created partnerships with the Baltimore City Public School System, Baltimore City Community College, Girls Scouts of America, community organizations, and leaders to help grow the mission of GLAM. Takee is committed to the success of GLAM and believes that through the impact made on each GLAM girl, the program she founded will outlive her and continue to make a measurable difference not only in the participant's life trajectories but Baltimore City as a whole.
She received her Masters' Degree in Teaching and also works full time as a college access counselor. She continuously seeks innovative ways to grow not only herself and her businesses, but to also inspire other women to do the same.
More important than her professional achievements, Takee’s greatest accomplishment is her son.
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