Tunisha Walker

Tunisha W. Walker-Miller

Senior Advisor

Tunisha has extensive knowledge of governmental affairs on a City and State level. She runs a number of the firm’s legislative and community engagements and oversees the Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) practice group.


Tunisha is an expert at working with government at all levels to help her clients succeed. She utilizes her significant campaign experience and a number of relationships in Upstate and Downstate New York including Nassau County, Westchester, Hudson Valley, and Erie County.

Tunisha joined Capalino following a long career as a Political + Community organizer, where she worked with a number of faith-based communities and communities of color that needed technical assistance with navigating government. She was the first African American woman to serve in the role of Executive Director of the New York State Senate Conference of Black Senators.

From her role with the New York State Senate Democrats, Tunisha later received an appointment from Governor Andrew Cuomo to become an Affirmative Action Administrator for the NYS Department of Labor – Division of Equal Opportunity Development.

In 2015, Tunisha launched the MWBE Consulting Group for Capalino to help businesses and MWBEs comply with City and State regulations to successfully secure government contracts. She is responsible for creating an MWBE Directory to connect MWBE and Non-MWBE companies together as primes and subcontractors for City and State goal requirements. In addition, she assists minority companies in navigating through the MWBE certification process and helps non-MWBEs understand the current regulations.

Tunisha holds a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and a Masters of Science in Education from Buffalo State College (SUNY).

Tunisha is a proud native of Brooklyn and Long Island, New York. She is raising her two boys Quincy-Elton and Noah with her partner and best friend Harold C. Miller, Jr in New York.

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Posts By Tunisha W. Walker-Miller

Cannabis in New York: Update on Proposed Eligibility Requirements for a Conditional Dispensary License

Cannabis in New York: Update on Proposed Eligibility Requirements for a Conditional Dispensary License


So You’ve Won a Government Contract: What’s Next?


Senior Vice President Tunisha Walker: Tips for MWBEs and Prime Contractors for the New Year


The Fate of the MWBE Program (Article 15a)


Bridging the Gap: How New York City and State Government, in Partnership with the Private Sector, Can Increase Opportunities for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBE)


4 Essential Takeaways for MWBEs and Entrepreneurs from The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit


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