Terrence M. Johnson
Terrence M. Johnson is a graduate of Bloom Township High School in Chicago Heights, IL where he was involved in several dance and cheerleading activities. After high school, Brother Johnson continued his education where he studied Mass Communication with a concentration in Radio Broadcasting and a minor in Dance Education and Choreography at Benedict College in South Carolina. Remaining as actively involved in dance and cheerleading as possible, Mr. Johnson became not only a member but in some cases the founder of many dance and cheerleading organizations. Some of Mr. Johnsons organization affiliations include:
- Member of Boyz of Poison Dance Team
- Member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
- Member of Kappa Psi Kappa Community Service Fraternity, Inc.
- Founder and CEO of Blake Martin Productions
- Founder and CEO of Blake Martin Male Model Management
Dr. Tammara R. Winn
Soror Abundant Spirit
Dr. Tammara R. Winn received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Purdue University in Calumet, IN. She has also received several Master of Science degrees in Psychology and Addiction Studies at Governors State University. She recently received her Doctorate in Addiction Studies at Governors State University. Although she is not a dancer, Ms. Winn is an active member of Delta Phi Delta Dance Fraternity, Inc.; providing support and participating in community service as actively as she is able to.
- Member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
- Member of Order of the Eastern Star (OES)
On Monday, July 4, 2016, heaven gained an angel, a spirit of revered grace and tranquility, and a noble scholar that we casually call the Mother of our organization. Our Founder, Dr. Tammara R. Winn was called home on that day and although her passing was very tragic to her family, friends, co-workers, and several organizations - we are all thankful to know that she will no longer live in a world where there is pain and suffering. Thank you for watching over us from above, our angel. We humbly thank our Founder, Terrence M. Johnson, for sharing her with us and stand beside him in his time of mourning. Thank you D.A.D.!