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Ta-Sean C. Murdock, Author
Executive Director & President

"I have always had a passion for working with youth in my community to make a difference in their lives. Seeing the joy on the face of youth when they experience posItive change is so rewarding and I wouldn't have it any other way!" - T.C.

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Ta-Sean's Story

Ta-Sean C. Murdock (T.C.) is an African-American Entrepreneur, Business Owner,Youth Advocate and Executive Director of Grand Street Community Arts. 

Ta-Sean lives in Albany, NY with his wife Sumiko and his six-year-old son Zephaniah. He is a long time resident of Albany, growing up on Madison Ave and attending Giffen Elementary, Hackett Middle and Albany High Schools and Alumni of North Charleston High School.


Ta-Sean is a proven leader in Youth Program Development and Youth Advocacy Work, working with youth and teens for the majority of his professional career. Ta-Sean is the Author of the children's book titled “I Can and I Will” created to show youth that they can be anything they want to be if they put their mind to it. This book shows the youth that they are “powerful even when others tell them that they are powerless.” 

Over the last nine years, Ta-Sean has spent a great deal of time working with a variety of NEW and UPCOMING entrepreneurs to inspire, encourage, and motivate them to start developing and building their very own businesses. Ta-Sean continues his mission to push the dream/reality of small business to new entrepreneurs who have a strong desire to build and develop their businesses. His specialties are rebuilding and improving business and program strategies, marketing/pr and start-up business consulting. 

Ta-Sean currently serves as the President/Founder of One Team One Dream Business Network, LLC which he established in February 2014, serving customers in New York and South Carolina. Following his dream of changing the lives of youth and teenagers and making positive change in his community.


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

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