Tamicko Ransome Fair | District Manager
No stranger to the Mississippi Delta, Tamicko Ransome Fair was born and reared in Greenville, MS. She is the proud daughter of Martha Ransome and Ralph Ransome, Sr. Tamicko received her Bachelor of Social Work as well as a dual Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Social Work from Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, MS. She’s licensed to practice Social Work in the State of Mississippi and the State of Tennessee.
Presently, Tamicko works as District Manager for the Fourth Circuit Court District Attorney’s Office. The constituent base Tamicko serves includes Washington, Sunflower, and Leflore counties. She specializes in working with women and children who have been victimized as a result of sexual assault, domestic violence, or identity theft. Her interpersonal and communication skills have allowed her to develop productive working relationships with a broad base across the State of Mississippi. Tamicko has an extremely disciplined personality and leads by example.
Tamicko’s professional memberships and community involvement include:
- Member of the Washington County Multi-Disciplinary Task Force
- Mississippi Prosecutors Association, VAC Committee Chair
- Mississippi Prosecutors Association Curriculum Committee Member
- Mississippi Prosecutors Association Legislative Committee Member
- National Association of Social Workers
- Vice President of Greenville MS Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
- Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Greenville MS Alumnae Chapter)
- Chair Person, Programming Planning and Development Committee Member
- Vice-President of the Young Alumni Chapter of Mississippi Valley State University Alumni Association
- Life Member of Mississippi Valley State University National Alumni Association
- 40 Under 40 Recipient-Mississippi Valley State University
- Former Treasurer-Board of Directors for Greenville Arts Council
- Former Board Member for the Greenville Renaissance Scholars
- National Crime Victim’s Award Recipient -Our House, Inc.
- Former Mentor to Our House, Inc. Survivors
- Certified as a Forensic Interviewer by the Child-First Mississippi Children’s Advocacy Centers
- National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar (The Hamer Institute at Jackson State University)
- Member of the NAACP (At-Large)
Mrs. Fair is happily married to Dr. Byron W. Fair. Tamicko loves empowering women, reading, meditating, traveling with friends, and living a purposeful life. She lives by the creed, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
TERRICK WRIGHT, JR. SENTENCED
RANDOLYN FAINT SENTENCED FOR DOUBLE HOMICIDE
MARSHALL GIVEN 20 YEAR SENTENCE FOR DEADLY DUI
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