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Tasha Wilson

Adjunct Faculty
Academic Literacies
School of Liberal Arts


Master of Social Work 
School of Social Work
Morgan State University 
Master of Education
Early Childhood Education
Towson University 
Bachelor of Science
Human Ecology
University of Maryland Eastern Shore 


  • Traveling
  • Trying new restaurants
  • Going to museums and art exhibits

A Little More

Tasha Wilson is an innovative change agent with expertise spanning policy implementation, educational equity and compliance. Throughout her career in Student Affairs, Wilson has served on numerous DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) committees and presented at several conferences across the country. She is a subject matter expert in Title IX, cultural competency and student success support. Her approach centers trauma-informed practices and restorative justice. Currently, Wilson sits on the Board of Directors for Kids' Chance of Maryland, Inc. 
Outside of AACC, Wilson is internationally recognized as a trailblazer in the marketplace. She is a published author, entrepreneur and speaker who has made appearances across the United States, New Zealand and Australia. One of her books is used on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University as a tool for guided discussion in the social work department. In 2021, Wilson was featured in VoyageBaltimore Magazine as one of Baltimore's Inspiring Stories. As a mental health advocate, she served on Grammy Award-winner Michelle Williams' launch team for the book "Checking In." Recently, she was featured in Woman to Woman International Network, Inc.  


  • "Shatterproof: Refocusing the Len" (Book)
  • "Recognize Your Opponent: When Your Greatest Enemy is Your Inner Me" (Book)
  • "Who Am I When I Am Under the Limelight?" (Book)
  • "Who Am I When Everything is Silent?" (Book)
  • "Escape Room" (book chapter) in the book "Still Working While Black: The Untold Stories of Student Affairs Practitioners"


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