Tasha (she/her) completed her JD at Thompson Rivers University in 2021. During her time at TRU, Tasha was a Program Coordinator for Pro Bono Students Canada, President of the TRU Black Law Students’ Association, and was voted by her classmates to sit on the Academic Planning Committee. Tasha also worked as a research assistant, was a Student Clinician at TRU’s Community Legal Clinic, received the Law Foundation Public Interest Award, and was awarded the course prize for the Wilson Moot Competition.
Prior to attending law school, Tasha completed her MA in Gerontology and worked with seniors in the non-profit sector. She was drawn to law by the opportunity it presented to help others, continuously learn, and tackle challenging problems.
- Simon Fraser University - Masters of Arts in Gerontology, 2015
- University of Regina - Bachelor of Kinesiology, 2012
- Mount Royal University - Aging Studies Certificate, 2012
- Capilano University - Diploma in Human Kinetics - Exercise Science, 2010
- Member, CBABC Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Community (SOGIC)
- Member, Canadian Association of Black Lawyers
- Member, Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
- Member, Owen Bird Law Corporation Diversity, Inclusion and Community Involvement Committee
During this year of learning, Tasha is exploring both solicitor and litigation work. So far, Tasha has worked on files covering various areas of law including insurance, wills and POAs, real estate, corporate transactions, and construction.