Committed to Elevating Black Women's Political Power



Dorothy L. McClendon is the visionary for Madam for America.  She has worked on political campaigns since her college years at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Socio-Political Communications.  Dorothy has managed local campaigns bringing her experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed.

She is a practicing attorney, earning her Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law.  Dorothy has managed her law firm since 2008 where she primarily practices as a criminal defense attorney in both federal and state court.  She is a member of numerous bar associations.

Dorothy is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the National Congress of Black Women - Kansas City Chapter, Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus, Sister's Circle, National Association of Parliamentarians, and Missouri State University Black Alumni Council.  She is a board member of the Kansas City Youth Court and the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Women's Council.


Vice President, Development

Cee Cee Cole is the Vice President of Development at Madam of America where she oversees development and fundraising efforts on behalf of Madam for America and its endorsed candidates.

Cee Cee has worked on political campaigns and is a native of Kansas City.  She holds degrees in Business Administration and Child and Family Development.  She has worked in the legal field for over 10 years.


Vice President, Communications

Tamika Page brings innovation, experience and commitment to Madam for America as we work to elevate the political power of Black Women.  She has worked on political campaigns, holds an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration and works as a legal assistant in a law firm.

At present, our country needs women's idealism and determination,
perhaps more in politics than anywhere else.  Shirley Chisholm