Spotlight: Tiajuana L. Tillman

Who is Tiajuana?

Tiajuana L. Tillman is an African-American female of Blackfeet Indian decent. She holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from Howard University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Trinity Washington University. Furthermore, she is a doctoral candidate at Morgan State University. Her fields of specialty are Existentialism, Transgenderism, and Professional/Technical Writing.

What is your good news?

Tiajuana’s book was published in November of 2020: From Iron to Ivory: Memoirs of A Scholarly Culprit.

When did you first become a member of FCEA?

Joined in 2019.

Why did you join FCEA? How has membership in this organization had an impact on you and/or your career?

Tiajuana joined the FCEA because she wanted to present at the 2020 conference. However, COVID meant she wasn’t able to. She submitted and presented at the 2021 conference in October: “McTeague in the 21st Century: Naturalistic Characteristics Viewed Through an Experimental Lens.”

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Published by Florida College English Association

The Florida College English Association (FCEA) is a regional affiliate of the College English Association (CEA). This organization provides a forum for exploring the professional concerns of teachers of college English and related subjects while also providing an official voice for FCEA members to make their views known on issues of professional concern.

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