About Tammy Glamp Siligrini

Tammy Glamp-Siligrini has been saved by Jesus Christ since 1984. She has been a member of Chestnut Assembly of God in Vineland, New Jersey since 2011. She serves her community as a Fresh Hope for Mental Health Facilitator since 2019 under the leadership of her pastors, Tony Cotto and Barbara Bybel. Her life verse is 2 Timothy 2:15 NLT: Work hard so you can present yourself to God and receive his approval. Be a good worker, one who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly explains the word of truth.

Tammy is married to her husband, James, for 20 years. They have six children: James (passed away on September 29, 2012, at 19 years old), Robert (26), Joseph (23), Christian (20), Matthew (17), and Austin (14). She is also a grandmother of 5 children: Aiden, Olivia, Robert, Axl, and she has one more, James, who is due to arrive in November of 2022. God has blessed her with three daughters that she loves as her own: Gianna Belfiore, Kelly Tomosky, and Skye Larsen. They are the mothers of her grandchildren.

Tammy is the Author of “A Mind of a Broken Heart: One Family’s Journey”, and “Falling Towards God” in the book “It’s A God Thing, Volume 2” by Don Jacobson and the Klove Team. Her website is www.tammysiligrinibooks.com and her Facebook page is @tsiligrini. Her Facebook page for Fresh Hope for Mental Health at Chestnut Assembly of God is @ChestnutAGVineland.

Tammy is a current student at RCSJ (Rowan College of South Jersey) in Sewell, New Jersey, majoring in Psychology. She has maintained a GPA of 3.45. She has taken a short break from school to focus on her relationship with Jesus Christ, her family, and her desire to grow Fresh Hope for Mental Health in New Jersey and work on growing as a professional Property Manager. She is a member of an honor society called NSLS (National Society of Leadership and Success) through RCSJ.

She is currently a Property Manager for Penn Property Management. She is a CAM (Certified Apartment Manager) through the National Apartment Association since July of 2022. She enjoys what she does, meeting new people and providing the best rental home experience that she can while honoring her employers’ standard operating procedures.

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Childhood Trauma: Finding Hope in Jesus

Tammy will share her own personal experience of childhood trauma and how she found hope in Jesus.

She will share the effects of severe child abuse and how it affects development, emotional well-being and stability. She will include resources that she was introduced to.


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