The next session of our Lessons in Leadership series will feature Tamika Tremaglio, Executive Director, National Basketball Players Association.
In an interview with Jermaine Johnson, Regional President, Greater Washington and Virginia, PNC, Tremaglio will discuss her background, her current position with the NBPA, and the pressures and joys of being a Black woman in leadership in corporate America.
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Tamika Tremaglio is the current Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA). In this role, Tremaglio serves as the primary advocate for all players, ensuring the protection of the organization and its membership, including serving as the leading negotiator in all collective bargaining activities.
Prior to her selection as NBPA Executive Director, Tremaglio served as the Managing Principal for Deloitte’s Greater Washington practice, where she was responsible for managing 14,000 professionals across 23 offices providing market-leading services in audit, tax, advisory and consulting.
At Deloitte, Tremaglio was a key leader in the company’s sports industry arm, accumulating over 15 years of experience working with several players’ associations. She has served as a trusted advisor to many Fortune 1000 clients and was selected as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in 2019 by the Washingtonian Magazine.
In 2020, Tremaglio received the Triple-Impact Executive Award from the Positive Coaching Alliance for her community leadership and commitment to youth development, college preparedness and STEM education in the Washington DC area.