Tammee Thompson (C'91)

In 2010, Tammee Thompson founded CHANDELIER HOLDINGS LLC, (Chandelier Property Group) a privately held real estate development company specializing in the acquisition and disposition of distressed residential real estate. She uses her personal investment experience and broad knowledge of the housing market to guide her clients through the process of buying, selling and investing in residential real estate.Tammee passionately supports child advocacy & child poverty organizations such as Food for the Poor, World Vision, and Court Appointed Special Advocates.

Thompson was founding Co-Chair of the 2015 & 2017 Black Alumni Summits. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Regents. Tammee holds a BA Degree in Economics from Georgetown University and an MBA Degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Thompson will be featured on the, What Does it Mean to be a Hoya panel with Sam Harvey (L'83), Tyree Jones (L'86, P'21), Elizabeth Nalunga (F'19), and President John J. DeGioia