Taisha is a real estate associate in Sullivan's Boston office. She received her J.D. from Boston College Law School and her B.A., cum laude, from Brandeis University. Her practice focuses on affordable housing and community development issues, including Low-Income Tax Credits, civil rights and regulatory compliance matters.
She has considerable professional and volunteer experience, including work with FamilyAid Boston, Another Course to College, the AIDS Action Committee of MA and the Preservation of Affordable Housing organization. During law school, she also served as a Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:03 Certified Student Attorney in the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project and the Civil Litigation Clinic.
Bar & Court Admissions
- J.D., Boston College Law School
- B.A., cum laude, Brandeis University
- FamilyAid Boston, Board Member, 2019 - Present
- Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project, SJC Rule 3:03 Certified Student Attorney, 2016
- Civic Litigation Clinic, 2016
- Another Course to College, Board Co-Chair, 2015 - 2016
Seminars & Presentations
- "Types of Section 8 Assistance and How to Leverage Them," American Bar Association Forum, October 2018
- "Types of Section 8 Assistance and How to Leverage Them," American Bar Association Forum, October 2019
- Interviewed on Duke University's Ways & Means podcast, Sanford School of Public Policy, February 7, 2017
- Featured in The Boston College Law Magazine article "God Bless the Child That's Got Her Own," June 16, 2015
- Interviewed on the Callie Crossley Show, WGBH, August 18, 2010
- Profiled in Boston Globe's "Beyond All Expectations," September 10, 2009