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. Tommorrow currently serves as a member of the Illinois Attendance Commission which is tasked with making "recommendations for strategies to prevent chronic absenteeism." 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 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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