Taij Kumarie Moteelall
Born in Guyana and raised largely in the Bronx, NY, Taij Kumarie Moteelall is an Indo-Caribbean artist, activist and entrepreneur. She founded Standing in Our Power (SiOP), a network of cis and transgender women of color, and gender non-conforming folks of color, committed to co-creating a new story of holistic transformation, sustainability and wellness. She launched Media Sutra as a vehicle for self-determination, and supports clients to infuse their work with breakthrough strategies that allows them to be more visible, sustainable and impactful.
Taij has written and performed nationally and internationally, raised millions of dollars for social service and social justice organizations, established new organizations, transformed existing organizations, and supported leaders as a facilitator and coach. As the Director of Programs for Spirit in Action, she helped to revamp the organization’s mission, vision and theory of change, while supporting national networks to advance progressive communications, democratic education and transformative leadership. As the Executive Director of Resource Generation, Taij built an inclusive and sustainable organization while supporting young people with wealth to contribute millions of dollars to social movements. At East Harlem Tutorial Program she helped to more than double the agency’s budget, the number of young people served and the number of local sites where programming was offered. Taij is also a steering committee member of Jahajee Sisters, a movement building organization that organizes Indo-Caribbean women for gender justice.Source: sunmountaincenter.secure.retreat.guru
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