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Anita Joyner-Taylor

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Anita Joyner-Taylor has been the Administrative Officer/Community Liaison at The Sabaoth Group, Inc. since 2003. During her tenure with the company, TSG, Inc. has partnered with numerous community organizations in bringing education and empowerment to its members. Her years of service within the community have proven most beneficial. As the owner/operator of a childcare business for several years and the president of a women’s organization, Mrs. J.-Taylor acquired the knowledge and experience needed to effectively serve in her current position.

Anita J.-Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science in Business-(Management & Organizational Development) from Mount Olive College in North Carolina. Her goal is to use her education in management and organizational development to expand the scope of services that TSG, Inc. currently offers in order to further accommodate the needs of its community.

Lloyd Johnson

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A native New Yorker who has lived in Brooklyn for over 46 yrs, a product of NYC public education, graduated from Fordham University (College at Lincoln Center) in 1978 with a B.A. in English Literature and a minor in Business and Sociology.

Maciel De los Santos

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Maciel was born in August 1985 in Brooklyn New York. She was born to Dominican parents who came to New York in 1981. Living in Brooklyn all her life, she attended Elementary School at P.S 13 and then George Gershwin Junior High School in East New York. She then attended Erasmus Hall High School where she decided to pursue a career in the criminal justice field. Maciel is currently in her final year at the Katharine Gibbs School for criminal justice.

Monica-Denise Moye

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Monica is a recent graduate of Mount Olive College in North Carolina. Originally from North Carolina Monica came to the Sabaoth Group Inc, as an intern and ended up serving as an Administrative Assistant. She has helped to create initiatives and develop organization strategies that increase employment and housing opportunities. She has also led community outreach and community awareness initiatives that have helped provide education, food, clothing, and shelter for the less fortunate. Monica received her Bachelor of Arts in English at Mount Olive College this year.

Rogelio Smith

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Mr. Rogelio Smith has served in various aspects of the community for many years. As a minister and community organizer, Mr. Smith has counseled numerous teens about many issues that they encounter in their community. He has intervened and assisted many youth in the positive redirection of their lives through the introduction of education and services.

Mr. Smith works with senior community members in establishing and maintaining their independence by connecting them with the various services in which the city offers.

As a Tenant Organizer, Mr. Smith has established many linkages for the community. From various health services to transportation services, Mr. Smith has organized programs, workshops, and events focused on education, assistance, and empowerment.

Mr. Smith is fluent in Spanish, which has proven to be a tremendous asset when reaching out and assisting the needs of the Hispanic community members.