Tamira Chapman is a visionary entrepreneur and accomplished attorney, renowned for her dynamic influence in the corporate and business sectors. As the founder of Storehouse portfolio, she has expertly steered a thriving e-commerce business to capture the top market share and achieve a remarkable 97% customer retention rate. This exceptional leadership led Storehouse to be recognized as the 8th fastest-growing woman-owned company globally in 2022 by J.P. Morgan Chase and the Women President’s Organization. In 2023, Storehouse was honored as the Ecommerce Firm of the Year by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency.
Tamira played a pivotal role in a Fortune 10 organization, leading the charge in global E-commerce marketing and social media strategies. She established the organization’s first social media center of excellence, shaping marketing, advertising programs, and developing key legal strategies for brand management and compliance as the company ventured into new startup acquisitions.
Her legal expertise was further developed at a top law firm, where she represented Fortune 50 companies in high-stakes intellectual property cases, software, data licensing, and technology agreements. Her work significantly contributed to protecting intellectual property and fostering brand development for her clients.
Her remarkable achievements have earned Tamira numerous accolades, including being recognized as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year in Michigan and Ohio, ranking #4 on the Women 2 Watch list in 2022, receiving the Enterprising Woman Award, the MCAA Rising Stars Award, and inclusion in Crain’s 40 Under 40 list of high-achieving community leaders.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Tamira is a dedicated philanthropist. She has been instrumental in raising funds for U.S. nonprofits and supports communities and a primary school in Uganda. In her spare time, she advises on E-commerce and manufacturing program development, empowering aspiring entrepreneurs, and engaging in global philanthropy initiatives.