Sequaya Tasker


Sequaya Tasker, M.A. – Executive Director at Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy of Catholic Charities, White Plains MD

Sequaya Tasker has over 20 years of experience working with people with disabilities, 10 of which include program administration for the State of Delaware and Maryland. During her time with the different states, Ms. Tasker supported the administrations with maintaining compliance with the Home and Community Based Waiver through Center of Medicare and Medicaid. Ms. Tasker began in the field of disabilities volunteering with the Special Olympics, then progressing from a direct support professional, coordinator, manager and different director roles. Throughout her progressive leadership roles Ms. Tasker has gained various certifications and facilitated several state workshops and best practice sessions. In her current role as the Executive Director of Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy of Catholic Charities she has worked with the leadership to maintain the agency’s COA accreditation. In her role, Ms. Tasker is leading the department in being an innovator in supporting adults and children with disabilities. She has served on various councils and boards including the Maryland Association of Community Services, the Prince Georges Provider Council and Special Education Citizen Advisory Committee. She is a current member of the Autism Society of America and American Association on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. Ms. Tasker takes pride in her family and community. She is a strong advocate for her son with high functioning Autism and a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she serves as the Chair of the Ritual and Ceremonies. In her spare time she loves to read and be the troop leader for her daughters Girl Scout Troop.

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