Tuesday P. Brooks, MBA, is a private accountant, and public notary who helps small business owners plan for growth and stay out of tax trouble. Her firm, Ajoy Management Enterprise (Ajoy), is a three member team located in Central Harlem. Businesses such as restaurants, franchises, healthcare practitioners, real estate agents, building contractors, educational consultants and non-profit organizations find success from individualized attention supported by Ajoy’s portfolio of accounting solutions to include bookkeeping, payroll, and tax return preparation. Ajoy is a Certified Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE).
Having dedicated many years to the entertainment industry both as a performer and a production professional, Tuesday’s combination of business acumen and creative vision has been key to Ajoy’s success with media, sports and entertainment properties and professionals. Tuesday has been involved in the production of many media ventures large and small. She worked in production on the Universal Studio/Spike Lee Joint film Inside Man starring Denzel Washington and director Spike Lee, TV One’s Sharp Talk with show host Al Sharpton, appeared in Soaps, commercials and print for NBC network, Ebony Magazine, Macy’s, a fitness campaign for the Harlem YMCA and modeled for the Black Fashion Museum and Harlem Week, Inc. for many years. More recently she is line producer for Brown Communications, a video production company owned by executive producer Alonzo Brown (Judge Mathis). Armed with a Master of Arts Degree in Education from Columbia University, Tuesday enjoys teaching. She regularly provides training and workshops on business-related subjects.
Tuesday is a peacetime US Army Veteran and has led a long tour of active citizenship with prominent organizations such as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Big Apple Greeter Org, Harlem Institute of Fashion, Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Columbia University Medical Center - Institutional Review Board, NYC Administration for Children’s Services, Make Music New York, Harlem Arts Festival, and World of Money financial literacy institute. Tuesday has received numerous recognition and appreciation awards for civic participation including a Proclamation from New York City Council President Andrew Stein and a Letter of Recognition from the former Manhattan Borough President, Ruth Messinger.
Tuesday is a native New Yorker and currently resides in Central Harlem. She is on the executive board for the 129th Street Block Association, and actively participates on the Arts and Culture, and Education, Youth and Library committees with Community Board 10.
Tuesday P. Brooks