Tommie Morton-Young is an author, historian, and social/psychologist. She holds the Ph.D. from Duke University, and received the 2006 Athena International Award. Former Professor and Higher Education Administrator, she is a community activist having served as Chairperson of the NC Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights, member of the TN Judicial Council, and on the Advisory Council to the National Institutes of Health, and founded the African American Genealogical and Historical Society of Tennessee. Duke University houses a collection of her Papers in the Women's Division of the University Archives. George Peabody College now of Vanderbilt University named her 'One of Peabody's Great Gifts to the World." She has also been named Distinguished Peabody Alumnus and will deliver the 2010 Commencement Address
Tommie Ryden's birth name is Seirra Lareau.
Tommie Agee died on January 22, 2001 at the age of 58.
Tommie Smith was born on June 6, 1944.
yes she did. a younger sister named ludie Montgomery who wrote a book about Tammi in 2005 titled My Sister Tommie, The Real Tammi Terrell.
Tommie Earl Jenkins's birth name is Tommie Jenkins.
Tommie Hughes died in 2006.
Tommie Hughes was born in 1974.
Tommie Lindsey was born in 1951.
Tommie Eriksson was born in 1975.
Tommie Burton died in 1946.
Tommie Burton was born in 1878.
Tommie Eriksen was born in 1970.
Tommie Ryden is 163 cm.
Tommie Bass died in 1996.
Tommie Harris is 6' 3".
Tommie Vegas is 5' 3".