attorney for creative professionalsTiombe Tallie Carter is the attorney for creative professionals who formed the Tallie Carter Law in 2011, after 14 years providing the Hudson Valley region with steadfast leadership and activism.  In fact, for 10 years she was instrumental in improving the quality of lives for numerous men, women, and children living in the Hudson Valley region, by leading crucial improvements to family health, public policy, and human rights. Widely lauded, Tiombe was just inducted into the Leadership Orange Hall of Fame and previously bestowed a Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Award, a Prestige Award, and a Pattern For Progress Regional Fellowship, among others.

Prior to starting Tallie Carter Law, Tiombe spent more than 15 years working in the entertainment industry as studio manager of Ready Or Not Records and producing live events with The WATR Company. She also garnered significant experience in advertising as a media assistant. Through these experiences Tiombe has developed insight and appreciation of the creative process and the art of business. She is able to provide valuable perspective to her clients.

In addition to practicing entertainment and business law, Tiombe’s legal practice includes nonprofit law, and real estate law. She represents a diverse group of clients, including creative professionals, nonprofits, and entrepreneurial businesses in media, entertainment and intellectual property law. Her practice focuses on legal issues related to project development across several creative disciplines.

Tiombe is an accomplished attorney and a creative in her own right. She has recently founded IDARE Enterprises, Inc. and is launching her first project, CreativesMX Marathon, in 2016.

Tiombe is admitted to practice law in New York. She is a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyer’s Association.

Concurrent to managing her law firm, Tiombe is also an Executive Counsel of the Black History Committee of the Hudson Valley, and serves as a board director to the New York Council on Nonprofits.

Tiombe’s greatest accomplishments are as wife and mother to three children.