Tara Timberman, 33 years old, lives in Syracuse, NY.
Tara R Timberman, 34 years old, lives in Oakland, California.
Tara J Timberman, 40 years old, lives in Camden, NJ. She has also lived in Glassboro, NJ; Collingswood, NJ; Elmer, NJ and Merchantville, NJ. One of her favorite bands is Patty Griffin. Tara loves watching Invisible Children. Some of Tara's family members are Burroughs W Timberman, Jr B Timberman and Helen Timberman. On the internet, Tara goes by the alias taratimberman.
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Tara Rose Timberman, 35 years old, lives in Camp Meeker, California. Other places in which Tara has lived are Occidental, California and Sebastopol, California. Dianne Fischer Timberman and Thomas Paul Timberman are in Tara's family.
Tara Jane Timberman is 39 years old. She lives in Philadelphia, PA. She attended the Rowan University and The State University Of New Jersey-camden. Among her favorite bands are Radiohead, Patty Griffin, Bebel Gilberto and Hedwig And The Angry Inch. Tara loves watching Hgtv. Her favorite sport is Boxing. On the internet, Tara goes by the alias CCPReentry.Last summer, Rowan University Writing Arts instructor Tara Timberman attended the Inside-Out National Instructor Training Institute, presented by Lori Pompa at Temple University.Tara Jane Timberman is 39 years old. She lives in Philadelphia, PA. She attended the Rowan University and The State University Of New Jersey-camden. Some of her favorite bands are Radiohead, Patty Griffin, Bebel Gilberto and Hedwig And The Angry Inch. She loves watching Hgtv. Her favorite sport is Boxing. Online, Tara goes by the alias CCPReentry.The Reentry Support Program was founded by Tara Timberman. She began as an Assistant English Professor at CCP in 2008 but before her start she had been teaching at two federal prisons. The prisons housed individuals who were serving sentences in the range of five years to life. Timberman taught these individuals college curriculum and instructed job readiness workshops. When she came to CCP she expressed her dedication to aiding the incarcerated and those with a criminal record and CCP supported the initiative. Collaborating with the Liberal Studies Division, the program was installed and an initiative of the College’s Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society, directed by Kathy Smith.