Tatiana Daguillard is a Co-Founder of the Black Women Empower Collective. She serves as the Sponsor/Community Partner Coordinator. Originally from Long Island, NY, Tatiana is representing BWEC Tallahassee. She works as a State Local Program Specialist and as a part-time Museum Consultant. She is a Historian in training and a Masters in Applied Social Sciences Candidate. She empowers Black women by teaching them the skills to be transformative leaders and change agents in their personal lives and community at large. She’s currently working with women to charter a national emerging professionals organization under the umbrella of the Association of African American Museums. She sits on the Community Improvement Advisory Council for the City of Tallahassee, which advises the city on various human services and economic development issues and helps to implement policy through the Department of Community Improvement. Recently, Tatiana was placed on the External Fundraising Committee for the Junior League of Tallahassee. She is also a co-founder of the Black Interpreters Guild and is working on establishing the first African American Focused Interpretation conference. Tatiana’s short-term goal is to work as a state preservation officer for the certified local government program. She is also working to complete her Master’s, and would like to publish her thesis and enter a PhD program.