Tanya Corbet is a community leader, communications professional, business advisor and a board member, with over 20-years’ experience working with and leading First Nations, businesses and not-for-profits. Currently, she provides advisory services to connect industry and Indigenous communities to build partnerships leading to economic reconciliation. She provides corporate communications and partnership advice to the clients of Coast Communications and Public Affairs, where she is an Associate.
Tanya is an active member of the community serving as a volunteer on wide range of Boards at the local, provincial and national levels. She is currently a member of the Reach Child and Youth Development Society Advisory Board, World Trade Centre Vancouver Advisory Committee and Council Member for the BC Capacity Initiative Council.
She has also served as Vice Chair to the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Board of Governors, a Director for the Reach Foundation and Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation.
Tanya is also a member of the Conservative Party’s Leadership Election Organizing Committee and ran in the 2019 federal election in the riding of Delta.
Tanya was elected BC Treaty Commission Commissioner by the First Nations Summit for a one-year term beginning in February 2018.
She is a member of Tsawwassen First Nation (TFN) and has served as an elected Executive Councillor. She worked for the TFN Government for 20 years and has held key roles with the Treaty Team and the Economic Development Corporation.
Tanya studied at the University of Northern BC and holds a Public Relations Associate Certificate from British Columbia Institute of Technology. She resides on TFN lands with husband Matt and her two children, Isabella and James.
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