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Gia Taijae

Gia Taijae Tejeda is 22, an Alumna of Spelman College who earned her Bachelors of Arts in Economics and a double minor in Management & Organization and Entrepreneurship & Innovation. Gia is a believer in Christ, daughter, sister, trailblazer, scholar, community builder, florist, and event planner. Gia began to develop All Things College (A.T.C.) as a freshman in high school; now, her initiative turned business is committed to bridging the gap from high school to higher education within the minority community. This line of work is extremely near and dear to Gia’s heart because she is passionate about empowering, encouraging, and equipping others to break generational glass ceilings. Gia strongly believes that if scholars from the minority communities receive a higher education, this will improve their own community and catapult their success post-graduation.

Gia aspires to inspire scholars worldwide to dream big in life and reach their full potential, especially in furthering their education. Gia saw a need within her community and began to help one scholar at a time change their narrative. Reaching students who feel as though “it’s too late” or have been told “they would never amount to anything” is most important in Gia’s mission because she knows those same sentiments. Essentially, All Things College will make an impact, regardless of how big or small.

Gia graduated from Hillgrove with a 3.4 GPA, a 29 on the ACT, and a 1360 on the SAT. Gia was honored as the BOLD Scholarship Award and scholarship recipient for 2017 from Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta.  Gia served as Vice President for Leaders of Tomorrow, National Black MBA Association Atlanta Chapter. She was a member of FBLA for her entire high school career and served as a community service and fundraiser officer as a senior. Furthermore, Gia was also recognized as a problem solver and demonstrated excellent character; she received the Dr.Hill award from her high school. 

The future is defined by the barriers we break.

Gia Tejeda


Gia is the oldest daughter of Trelles Delandro-Williams and Cornell Williams. She has two younger sisters, Mariah and Camryn, that look to Gia as their role model. Gia is most passionate about helping others to reach their full potential! Whether she is working with her younger siblings, scholars within her community, or her Spelman Sisters, the thing that drives Gia is knowing she has the opportunity to make an impact. 

Gia has worked with The Harvey Foundation and was a speaker at the Girls Who Rule The World Event, she has been seen in Essence and Voyage ATL. She is a Girls Inc Bold Award 2019 Recipient and an Echoing Green Fellow. Gia is a student leader on campus and has plans to make her mark at Spelman. She is a member of the Economics Club, Sister Keeping it Real Through Service (SKIRTS), Morehouse Business Association, Future Business Leaders of Spelman, Presidential member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and Co-President of Girls Going Global Spelman Chapter. Gia participated in Goldman Sachs HBCU Possibilities: Market Madness 14-week program including induction to Goldman Sachs and deep dive into key financial concepts. During the program, Gia worked diligently with her team members, also known as the “GS Dream Team”. The Dream Team competed against 125 HBCU students and placed first in the business case competition, scouring a grand prize of a $1 Million dollar grant for Spelman College.

Post graduation, Gia is starting her career in commercial real estate and will pursue graduate school to specialize in the intersection of real estate and education.

Gia’s favorite scripture to live by comes from Luke 1:45, Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord will fulfill his promises to her and Isaiah 60:22, at the right time, I, the Lord will make it happen.

Gia's College Reveal Graduation Party

All Things College X Goldman Sachs

Our Founder, Gia Tejeda, participated in a semester-long virtual crash course in key financial concepts which includes a stipend for participating students and culminates in a case study competition and the opportunity to win prize funding for colleges and universities.

Gia is 1/5 member of the "Goldman Sachs Dream Team" that competed against 24 teams to win the grand prize of 1 Million dollars for our college. The GS Dream Team successfully advanced to the elite eight, final four, and finally securing the grand prize.

Goldman Sachs launched a campaign around Gia's life as a student-entrepreneur and my experience as a GS fellow. In the video, Gia highlighted what piqued her interest in joining the program, and ultimately how did she (and her team) plan on winning the grand prize of $1 Million dollars for their beloved Spelman College.

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