Taj Smith is a single mother of three, living in Washington County. As the owner of “The Advocate Junkie,” Taj specializes in providing support broker services, grant writing, paralegal, and notary services. She has previous experience in case management, direct care, and paraprofessional support to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Taj holds a degree in Human Services with a focus on Child and Family Welfare, showcasing her academic foundation in facilitating positive change within families and communities. Complementing her degree, she holds certificates in Medical Records and Paralegal Studies.
In her leadership role, Taj serves as the current President of the Washington County NAACP, championing the cause of civil rights and social justice. Her community engagement extends further as a Board Member for Habitat of Washington County, contributing to initiatives that address the critical need for affordable housing. Additionally, she is a Board Member for Friends of Halfway African American Cemetery, preserving and honoring the cultural heritage of the local community.
Taj Smith’s journey is a testament to her resilience, expertise, and commitment to making a positive impact on individuals and communities. Her multifaceted contributions reflect a deep-seated belief in the transformative power of advocacy and community service.