Tawaunna Jones designs under the name Senoj is a Costume Designer for several theater productions such as The Lion and the Jewel, Mary’s Baby, The Color Museum, and Color People’s Time to name a few. She has worked at the UDC Theater Dept., Arena Stage and the Folgers Shakespeare Theater.
Tawaunna began sewing clothes for other people at the age of 12. She designed fashions under the name Senoj (Jones spelled backwards). In 1988 she was one of five women chosen from around the country, to receive the Entrepreneurship Award from the National Women’s Economic Alliance. Her biography was published in Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship, published by Ohio State University; a book intended to help student learn the importance of free enterprise and entrepreneurship.