Dontavious "Tay" Smith
Chairman and President
Duh Mayuh™, a native, lifelong resident and former student-athlete from the beautiful City of Cocoa, FL (the Diamond Square District, renowned for its former and or current black owned businesses in the district), is known for running for Mayor of Cocoa at the age of 23 years old in attempt to become the youngest African American Mayor in Florida, as well as the City of Cocoa's youngest African American Mayor. Tay is also known for his leadership role at the, Florida A&M University, as a member and Chairperson of the FAMU-NAACP Chapter during the Martin Lee Anderson trial in Bay County, FL in 2007.
He received his immaculate common sense (street knowledge) from the Diamond Square District of Cocoa, his family, and television (BET; Teen Summit), and his rigorous education curriculum from Brevard Public Schools in Brevard County, FL including [[Rockledge High School]] where he participated in sports (track/field and football) as a 2-sport letterman including being crowned a 2002 3A Florida Football Champion, and serving in various organizations such as being President of the Rockledge High School African American Society (2002-03) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) (2002-03). Tay was inducted into the Who's Who among America's Top Rated High School Students in 2002; 2003 Virgil and Virginia Schenck Foundation scholarship endorsement; and recipient of a number of other scholarship endorsements from companies such as the Boeing Company, African American greek organizations such as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. (Iota Pi Omega) in 2003, a full 2 year scholarship to BrevardCommunity College (Eastern Florida State College) from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. (Brevard County Alumnae Chapter), and private scholarships such as the Reginald E. Johnson Scholarship Fund. Tay was accepted to the Florida A&M University (FAMU) in Tallahassee, FL where he desired to go since attending the Legendary Florida Classic football games between FAMU and Bethune Cookman University (BCU) in the late 80' and early 90's with a plethora of family members who are alumni of FAMU. Tay began to serve his illustrious university as a; 2003 FAMU Golden Key Honor Society Volunteer; FAMU Student Government Assoiciation (SGA) volunteer; 2005-06 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) - FAMU Press and Publicity Chairman; 2006-2007 FAMU NAACP Community Service Co- Chairman; 2008 Florida A&M University graduate of General Studies majoring in Political Science and Public Administration with a minor African American Economic Development.
Duh Mayuh is a official trademark of Dontavious "Tay" Smith with the U.S. Patent and trademark office.