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About The Women's Solo Project

Non-profit domestic violence help in Philadelphia, PA

Helping women thrive
We are a domestic violence resource center

From teen help to parenting workshops, we are committed to providing domestic violence help to women in need.

We strive to help women rebuild their lives after experiencing these traumatic events through educational, compassionate, and practical resources and workshops.

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About Tyra
Tyra Wright-Johnson, Founder, President

Tyra launched The Women’s Solo Project to educate women in the community about domestic violence recovery.

As a former victim of violence, Tyra knows first-hand the importance of education for empowering women to take control of their lives. Through TWSP, Tyra teaches the signs of domestic violence and strategies for breaking free from it.

She brings more than 22 years of experience in marketing, administration, finance, team leadership, management, domestic violence advocacy, and the correctional system to the administration of TWSP.

Tyra received an A.A.S. in Criminal Justice, a B.A. in Business Management, and a Masters in Psychology. Nominated for the Women’s Way, Powerful Voice Award. She won a Women’s Opportunity Award from Soroptimist International, of which she is a member.

She has received certificates in “Domestic Violence Training” from Women Against Abuse, “Parent Educator Ambassador” from the Black Alliance for Educational Options, “Business Management” from Wharton Small Business Center and The Women’s Development Center in Philadelphia. She is also a volunteer with The Career Wardrobe and Green Tree Community Health Foundation.

Tyra is active in domestic violence advocacy, motivational speaking, and charity event planning.


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