Tasha Henderson is a planner, facilitator, and an advocate for social, environmental, and economic justice. Tasha has lived and worked across Canada – from Vancouver to St. John’s – working frontline with marginalized communities and engaging residents to actively participate in shaping their cities.
Tasha started her career with the Positive Living Society and has since worked with a number of agencies on issues such as anti-violence, HIV/AIDS, youth justice, human trafficking, civic engagement, community planning, affordable housing, and reconciliation. She holds an MA in Planning, specializing in Indigenous Community Planning, and currently spends her days working as a Social Planner in Metro Vancouver. Tasha is humbled to live on the unceded ancestral territory of the Qay’qayt and Musqueam peoples, and excited to be a member of WTC this year.