Judge, PA Superior Court
Judge Timika Lane was born and raised in West Philadelphia. Currently, she serves as Chair of the Board of Judges Board of City Trust Committee, Co-Chair of the Local Criminal Rules Committee and a member of the Communication and Community Affairs, Jury, FYI and Women Judges Initiative committees. Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court appointed her to the County Adult Probation and Parole Advisory Committee (CAPPAC) where she serves as Co-Chair. Additionally, she served on the Elder Task Force and as former secretary for the Clifford Scott Green Chapter of the National Judicial Council.
Judge Lane’s commitment to the community extends well beyond her legal career. She was formerly a Trustee at Bright Hope Baptist Church, Executive Director of the New Life New Member Ministry, Vice-President of the Hospitality Ministry and the Surviving to Thriving Food Program. She worked for Habitat for Humanity during Hurricane Katrina and traveled to New Orleans to rebuild homes destroyed by the hurricane.
Multiple Chancellors of the Philadelphia Bar Association appointed her as Co- Chair of Advancing Civic Education (ACE,) in which judges and lawyers teach civics to high school students, and she is Co-Chair for The National Trends and Services Facet for The Links, Inc., Delaware Valley Chapter. Additionally, she is an Adjunct Professor at Harcum College and Executive Board member of the Greenhill Farms Residents Association; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter; The National Coalition of 100 Black Women; The Black Brain Campaign; former Co-Chair of Parents for Students of Color/Diversity at Friends Central School and she has served on countless Boards.