Tommorrow is a parent and leads the family engagement and organizing work of Stand for Children Illinois. She helped launch, innovate, and now leads Stand as One, the resilience and well-being program at the center of Stand’s work in Chicago. She also co-leads Connection Conversations, which focuses on building trusting relationships between teachers and families. She served as a member of the Illinois Attendance Commission which was tasked with making "recommendations for strategies to prevent chronic absenteeism." Tommorrow also serves on the statewide Work Group for implementation of the Jett Hawkins Act, the new law banning hair discrimination in schools. She serves on Stand’s organization-wide Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Tommorrow has testified in favor of equitable funding at school board meetings, participated in principal-hiring focus groups, lobbied in Washington, DC, and partnered with her former alderwoman to address gun violence in the South Shore community of Chicago. She has served as president of both a Local School Council and a Parent Advisory Committee for a Chicago neighborhood school.
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