BIO FOUNDER & SOLE PROPRIETOR
LET'S PLAY BALL & WIN!™
Ms. Tabu Winslow Morris, MBA, last child born to late Bishop James A. Winslow, Sr. and late Pastor Gloria Winslow Thrower, rose by cousin, late Carol Ann Brown, and husband, Freeman Leon Brown. Ms. Morris has one daughter, Ms. Deyara Tabu Morris, M.S.ED.
Tabu was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and is a product of the Baltimore Public School System. She resided in Houston, Texas from May 2014- January 2019. She recently relocated her agency and herself back to Maryland in Owings Mills in 2019.
She found herself homeless in 2013- 2014 after starting her agency. Keeping faith in God, she was able to gain financial sustainability through long term and short term jobs, contracts, books sales and signing events. This have taught Tabu to always trust in God first and walk through the doors God opens.
She is the Founder and Sole Proprietor of Triumphant Athletic Agency™ which originated January 2013 in Nottingham, Maryland a subdivision of Perry Hall, Maryland community. She was the First African American Licensed Sports Agent and Agency in the State of Maryland. Ms. Morris is living a celibacy single life Biblically Speaking and pleasing Christ Jesus for over 23 years.
Ms. Morris has written short stories called Budget on a Shoe String, A Little Talk with Jesus and Golden Nugget that was published through LinkedIn, Google Plus and other social media platforms. She has authored and self-published many books.
In 2016, Triumphant Athletic Agency™ became certified in Human Resource, Marketing, and Public Relations Consulting services. As a Sole Proprietor she participated in the NFL Houston Superbowl Li Business Connect Resource Guide for certified vendors. The agency has had 14 athletes under contract. One of the agency’s proud moments is when one of her tight ends was placed on the Indianapolis Colts Emergency call list. Another proud moment is when one of the Running Backs attended the Indianapolis Combine and made the NFL Free Agency list.
She received her Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. A graduate of an all-Girl Public School, Western High School, located in Baltimore, Maryland class of 1987. She was licensed with her Series 6 (Investment Company Products/ Variable Contracts) and Series 63 (Uniformed Securities Agent) from 2001- 2004 in the State of Maryland.
While living in Houston, Texas Ms. Morris was a member of the Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Inner City Visions, Inc. Women’s Guild and the Tri-County Republican Women’s Club. In the past, she has served on the boards of the Maryland Small Business Development Financing Authority; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Baltimore County, Maryland; Baltimore Better Business Bureau Foundation; Women’s Club of Perry Hall, Maryland; Gunpowder Elementary School Improvement Team; Perry Hall White Marsh Business and Professional Association; Perry Hall High School Improvement Team; and President of the Board for the Baltimore Wachovia Volunteer Council. She was a member of Society of Human Resource Management for four years with the desire to one day renew that membership. She passionately served as Chair of the Trustees for Power House World Ministries from November 1999- January 2008.
She has been honored to receive the Women of Influence Award/ Rising Star Award by the African American 8th Business Forum in 2007. Leaders in the Workplace Certificate from YMCA of Greater Baltimore 3rd Annual Leaders Lunch in 2006. In 2004, she received the Perry Hall Business Person of the Year Award from the Perry Hall White Marsh Business and Professional Association.