Tina Chase-Fomukong

Tina Chase-Fomukong

Tina Chase-Fomukong

Power Words

Self- esteem, Respect, Self-worth, Yes I can!, Ethics (making the right moral choices)

Where were you born? 

Maryland

What school did you attend? 

Prince George's Community College

What gained your interest in the NIH? 

I came to the NIH after many years working in the private sector. I saw it as a new chapter in my career and a chance to do something new and exciting.

What kind of work do you do at the NIH? 

I am the Staff Assistant for the Deputy Chief of Clinical Operations, Clinical Center Nursing Department. As such, I perform a wide range of administrative functions such as managing multiple outlook calendars, training, travel, events management, special projects, etc.

What message would you like to send to young Blacks who are considering going to college? 

One never stops learning! A good education is so very important to the Black community, especially for our youth. Remember that it is never too late to attend school! Education & knowledge are the keys to becoming a successful Black Leader.