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Our Youth Development Department increased their outreach to nearly 1,000 families and children.
1509 16th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Oxon Hill Behavioral Health Center:
6196 Oxon Hill Rd., Suite 340
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Headquarters: (202) 289-1510
Oxon Hill Behavioral Mental Health Center:
office: (301) 839-1960 ext. 204
fax: (301) 839-1961
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Tonya Jackson Smallwood
As President & Chief Executive Officer of Family Matters of Greater Washington, Tonya Jackson Smallwood brings a wealth of executive experience and success at the highest organizational levels as a visionary leader, senior business executive, philanthropist, strategist and skilled entrepreneur. She has been leading Family Matters of Greater Washington since 2009 and is instrumental in significantly enhancing financial and program results. Through her leadership, Family Matters is positioned for significant strategic growth and greater visibility.
Jackson Smallwood is a proven, results-oriented, strategic leader. As the former president of T.C. Visions, LLC, she launched a multi-million dollar strategic business development and land use project, a venture designed to provide economic development opportunities, employment and avenues for personal discovery in Central Virginia.
She also served as a corporate executive at Freddie Mac for 19 years, in numerous capacities, including Vice President of Business Operations and later as Vice President of Customer Care and Organizational Leadership. Additionally, her proven ability to create compelling visions, build innovative programs, visualize and energize others, while leading with trust and integrity has proved an invaluable asset in all business relationships.
She holds a Master of Science Degree in Management Information Systems from George Mason University, has participated in the Executive Leadership Program at the Darden School of Business, in addition to Finance for Senior Executives at the Kellogg School of Management, and earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Technology from Purdue University.
She is founder of several organizations including the Sisters of the SON Foundation, Inc., T. Charisse Unlimited, Inc. and the nationwide Women’s Mortgage Industry Network (WMIN). She also is the immediate past Board Chair of PHILLIPs Programs for Children and Families.
Mrs. Smallwood lives in Virginia with her husband, Jerry Smallwood and is the proud parent of two adult sons, Eddie & Justin.
Family Matters is grateful for her energy, enthusiasm and business savvy.