Tianna Shaw-Wakeman, is an environmental justice activist. She holds a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Master’s in Social Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California where she graduated as the first Black University Valedictorian in USC's 140+ year history for the Class of 2021. Currently, Tianna serves as the Environmental Justice Program Manager for non-profit Black Women for Wellness where she works to advance the health and well-being of Black women and girls by engaging in community-focused research, empowerment, and advocacy. She is on the Board of the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters to endorse environmental ballot initiatives - the only environmental Political Action Committee in LA County. Tianna's efforts come from a belief that we can all be liberated to enjoy thriving lives free from the oppression of white supremacy and capitalism, but only if we prioritize intersectionality and raise the voices of those most harmed to find solutions.

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