CBK Player of the Quarter
Taliah Webb is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Atlanta,Georgia. She works in the mental health field where she serves as assistant supervisor at Veritas Collaborative, an eating disorder hospital for children and adolescents. Taliah’s career in the mental health field has ranged from case management, residential treatment care, and behavioral health hospitals, to providing one on one intervention for children in a classroom school setting. Taliah is a graduate of Cecil College where she received an Associates of Arts in May of 2017. She currently attends Wilmington University and will be graduating in May of 2019 with her Bachelors’ degree in Behavioral Science. Taliah plans to continue her education by obtaining her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology/Sports Psychology. Taliah desires to become a clinical therapist in hopes of opening her own practice to provide faith-based counseling for athletes, adolescents, children and believers.
Taliah is a born-again believer and is sure to give God glory for renewing her mind and bringing forth a transformation in her life. She is currently a member of Embassy International Worship Center in Atlanta Georgia and serves on the prayer and intercessory team. Taliah has been delivered from a lifestyle of homosexuality, perversion, lust, abandonment, anger, rejection, and drug and alcohol abuse. She continues her deliverance process by gaining mentorship, counsel, and guidance; and by remaining sensitive to the Holy Spirit. Taliah has been summoned by God and given the assignment to assist others that are battling with the same strongholds that once held her captive, by guiding them to Jesus Christ. She is living proof of God’s transforming power and a demonstration that God is still performing miracles, signs, and wonders in the earth.
Taliah is the author of two new books “I Am Not an Orphan” and “The Diary of An Ex-Homosexual". In these books Taliah shares her story of supernatural deliverance in pursuit to set captives free around the nation. Taliah mentors other young women in her local church, providing spiritual and practical guidance and aiding them through their deliverance. She has also joined the Clark Atlanta Women’s Basketball staff as a volunteer coach for the 2018-2019 season.