Tosha Taylor serves as the Director of Philanthropy at the Mississippi Center for Justice. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Tougaloo College, and earned her Master’s of Leadership degree from Belhaven University.
Taylor began her career in non-profit management in 2004, as Director of Cultural Health Initiatives with the American Heart Association. She spearheaded the implementation of Search Your Heart, a program aimed at educating African Americans in church communities about the risk factors and prevention of stroke and heart disease. Tosha has also served as Vice President of Resource Development and Marketing for United Way of the Capital Area, led in renowned organizations such as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Smoke-free Mississippi, and American Red Cross.
Tosha is a proud and active member of Junior League of Jackson, Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.