The Journey of
NaTasha is a serial entrepreneur and is a published author. She serves her community as the Chair for her County High School Council and serves on her local Chamber of Commerce.A native of Washington, DC, She always knew she would be a businesswoman. At the early age of 14 she was enrolled in the summer youth program which provided jobs for children in DC. Over the next several years she would assist her aunt with summer programs and other initiatives for children in the community. After high school, she went to University of Maryland College Park for Criminal Justice, as her dream was to be a youth probation officer but, in the Summer of 2000, she landed a job as an administrative assistant with the biggest community association management company on the east coast and found her passion – property management. Almost immediately, she knew this would be her career path. Before she knew it, she was the Assistant Property Manager and then Property Manager for one of the biggest projects developed by Peterson Company – National Harbor in Prince Georges County, Maryland. In 2011 she became a CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations), in 2012, after 12 years in the business, she started Thomas Williams ManagementTM & her nonprofit, Camerons AngelsTM, in 2014 she became an AMS (Association Management Specialist) and later passed her Brokers class.
Thomas Williams ManagementTM, is a full-service property, facility & vegetation management company serving Condos, HOAs, Commercial Properties and Georgia Department of Transportation. We are the only African American woman-owned community association management company, that is also a GDOT approved vendor in the Atlanta Metropolitan area.
Having the desire to have multiple streams of income, NaTasha later tapped into the beauty industry andcreated AD Beauty & HairTM and started her efforts in creating a legacy in real estate and the beauty supply vending machines market.
NaTasha’s goal is to create a legacy for her children’s, children, create jobs in her community and assist women entrepreneurs on their journey. Her mission is simple - to keep our dollars circulating in our community and to be a part of restoring black economics.
NaTasha is married with 3 children, 3 bonus children and 3 little ones that her bonus children allows to call her GiGi. She enjoys spending time with her family, shopping online and traveling. She is also the caretaker for her parents.