About Tasha

I’m a a fellow abolitionist, bridge-builder, engager and a leading voice in the fight against human trafficking. Having worked with youth and serving as a Children’s & the Next Gen Director, I’ve developed an untamed passion for social justice issues across the globe! One day I hope to have a compelling voice in Leadership Development. I have an unwavering passion to develop those I lead. I have been called a “Leader Launcher” by those I’ve led and served. I Love challenging others to tap into their God-Given gifts by finding confidence in how God has wired them. I believe those you lead should grow as an individual as reflection of your leadership.

I’m a native of North Carolina were I attended East Carolina University. I recently completed my Masters in Business from Liberty University. In 2012, I relocated to Austin, TX were I’m discovering not only is Texas big but it’s a very DIFFERENT culture. Currently, Texas and I have love hate relationship.

I love being a Bridge-Builder. I’m still trying to figure LIFE out, but I’m committed to learning. I’m committed to Running towards all God has for me!  My desire is that I become nothing less than all God has created me to BECOME.  The journey has been a little bumpy at times, but I’m thankful for every challenge, every failure, every mistake, every detour and all the doubts. God has used those wrestled doubts to stretch and build my faith.  Follow me on my journey of Being and Becoming! Hopefully the journey is not to ADD!


  1. Anna says:

    I’ve really enjoyed your contributions to the IF equip beattitudes study this summer. I took a few minutes to read through your blog. Thanks for sharing your heart and the vision God has given you. I especially appreciate your piece on singleness- I’m married with young kids and serve on our church’s women’s ministry team. After reading this article, I’ll be sure to bring up how we’re serving our single ladies. Oh and I’m a fellow NC native (now living in SC). Yay for the Tar Heel State!

  2. B. Gladstone says:

    Well I bumped into you so to speak, during today’s IF devo. You were quiet. I wondered who you were so I sought you out by clicking the link with your name. Thank you for the invitation to follow you on your journey!

  3. Lauren says:

    Hi Tasha, I loved your segment at this years If Gathering! Racial Reconciliation is a topic that has been weighing heavy on my heart for quite some time and I was so excited to see women working so hard to get the conversation started and bring people together. There is already talk of starting up a BTB at my church, a satellite campus of a much larger church in Raleigh, NC. How do we find the tools on your site to research, prep, kick-off etc? I found the Racial Unity Guide from last year, is that what we should use to begin or is there an updated one? Any tips? So many questions!

    I’m also North Carolina born and raised and I attended ECU for grad school, Go Pirates!

    Be blessed!

  4. mookdogg33 says:

    Hey Tasha! Long time no see! Not sure if you remember me, but we served a few times together at Catalyst and I think Youth specialties. All that to say, I hope all is well. I wanted to reach out because a friend of mine who is doing similar work here in San Diego just mentioned the other day your ministry and dropped your name and I was like…..wait a second….I know her! I was wondering if you could shoot me an email so I could connect you two. Her name is Rachel and I think you guys have a lot in common. Not sure exactly what she’s looking to do, but it would be a great opportunity for you guys.

    Shoot me an email at mikecunningham@diveintoflood.com

    Talk to you soon! Take care!


  5. Leigh Ann Roberts says:

    Hi Tasha, I am based in Nashville, TN and a bunch of us have been meeting using a Circle process for the last year in what we are calling a “Racial Healing” Circle. It has been a very powerful relationship and awareness building process and I am very interested in the work you are doing on this topic. Our vision is that there would be groups of people that could “host” (facilitate) conversations in our city to build more empathy and understanding and that the right next steps will flow from that place. Let me know if you would like to have virtual “tea” some time soon- and thanks for putting your work and passion out there.

    Peace and blessings-

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