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Pronouns: She/Her

Policy Advisor and Visual Artist

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Tiffany Walsh (she/her) is a first generation, mixed-race, neurodivergent, able-bodied, queer ciswoman with lived experience of multigenerational trauma and gender-based violence. A daughter to newcomers, Tiffany was born and raised in amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) on Treaty 6 Territory in Turtle Island and Inuit Nunangat (Canada). Her father is a migrant from Ireland and her mother, a member of the Chakma tribe, migrated from the Chittagong Hill Tracts in what is now known as Bangladesh. This unique combination of intersecting identities, ethnocultural backgrounds, and access to a strong history of collective, ancestral resistance has informed the work Tiffany does today within anti-colonial and anti-oppressive advocacy. Informed by her own lived and professional experience, Tiffany is passionate about making space for marginalized perspectives within public policy and organizational leadership, and supporting those in her community experiencing trauma, homelessness, and gender-based violence.

In her free time she can be found gallivanting in the mountains, tending to her and her partner's many four-to-no legged creatures and plants, or in her home studio being cheered on by her many cats as she pursues both her advocacy and visual art endeavours. 

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