Tambah was an AAS minor and an Oxford continue. While at Oxford, she was captain of the Dance Team that was named the Fitness & Wellness Group of the Year. At Oxford, she also participated in the Voices of Praise gospel choir, the Black Student Alliance, the African/Caribbean Student Union, and Oxford Fellowship. Here at Emory, she was a part of the Adrenaline hip-hop dance team, the Zuri African Dance Troupe (a part of the African Student Association), Voices of Emory, NAACP, and Brothers and Sister in Christ. This semester, Jamesetta interned at Moving in the Spirit, a non-profit that uses dance and movement to help heal the mind and body. She was recently selected as one of the 100 Senior Honorary of the Class of 2017 and one of the Graduating Women of Excellence.
After graduation, Tambah relocated to Denver to work at CrossPurpose, a Christian non-profit working to end poverty in the Denver area. Specifically, she was selected to participate in the CrossPurpose fellowship where she will be helping youth in poverty become leaders to their peers. By the end of the program, she will receive her Master’s Degree in either non-profit management or business.