Tajiddin Reid /Executive Director
Tajiddin Reid is a certified Relationship Educator, Sexual Risk Avoidance Counselor, and dedicated Strong Families Advocate. Tajiddin's goal to develop underserved communities is underscored only by his desire to support men, enlighten our youth, and encourage families by providing opportunities for educational and economic growth.
As a Relationship Educator, Tajiddin models and facilities the family success sequence and how it affects healthy relationships and lifestyle for teens and young adults. He has led discussion panels on the importance of healthy relationships and is currently acting as guest speaker for ATTCD's Discussions at the Table Men's Series.
Tajiddin launched ATTCD in 2018. Currently, he oversees the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Tajiddin organizes a variety of community outreach opportunities within the organization and maintains productive communication with its board members.
Tia Reid / Program Director
Tia Reid is a Leader in educational equity with a background in Early Childhood Development and M.Ed in Teaching and Curriculum Design. With over a decade of experience in the field of Education, Tia has been consistently awarded for her natural aptitude toward the cultivation of positive relationships and intentional instruction in the classroom.
As an Educational Leader, Tia has created an array of training modules and professional development sessions to help teachers promote positivity in the workplace, create productive classrooms, and cultivate positive relationships with students and parents to ensure successful outcomes.
At ATTCD, she crafts and spearheads innovative and engaging programs, such as the PUSH PLAY Project and Social Learning Solution, to promote academic achievement and encourage overall student development across all content areas.
A non-profit organization, driven by a single goal; to offer unique relational and academic educational experiences to underserved youth and families, by providing best practices and sharing tactical knowledge for qualitative success.
We accomplish this goal with the help of specifically designed S.E.E. (Spiritual, Economical, and Educational) tools that are crafted with underserved youth and families in mind.
We are committed to achieving this goal by supporting our communities:
1. Spiritually -promoting positivity with consistent service and love.
2. Economically -preparing families for sustainable living with financial planning programs.
3. Educationally -providing the life-success framework with intentional and family-focused relational and academic programs.
Our decision-making process is guided by comprehensive empirical studies and high-quality data evaluation. We strive to build productive relationships and make a sustainable impact in all of our pursuits.
We are thrilled to have you browse through our page and excited to offer you a set at our table.