Tamiaya J. Mosesly joined The Safe Sisters Circle in August 2020 assuming an Of Counsel role where she is assisting in organizational development and the enhancement of the survivor centered legal services programming. She is a domestic violence/family law attorney with 10 years of experience working exclusively with victims of domestic violence. She started her career as a Violence Against Women Act grantee at Central Jersey Legal Services where she received intensive training on domestic violence litigation skills and how to support victims throughout and after their litigation proceedings. She has also worked with the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence and Partners for Women and Justice, a nonprofit domestic violence law firm in New Jersey. Just prior to joining The Safe Sisters Circle, she managed the DC Policy and Legal Team of Break the Cycle for three years. Throughout Tamiaya’s career, she has been a resource for the domestic violence community by providing technical assistance and training to domestic violence service providers, providing prevention and legal education to the public, advancing survivor centered public policy changes, and providing direct legal services to survivors. She has successfully represented survivors from a large diversity of backgrounds and has helped gain safety, financial security and stability for those client’s and their children. She has been a tireless and compassionate advocate for domestic violence survivors and is happy to continue that work with The Safe Sisters Circle.
Tamiaya graduated from Howard University with a B.A. in History and a B.S. in Psychology. She received her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law in New York City. She is admitted to the D.C. Bar, New Jersey State Bar and the New York State Bar. She completed the DCCADV 40 hour Domestic Violence Core Competency Certification and the OVW/ NITA Domestic Violence Trial Skills Certificate training.