ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROGRAM LEAD
Tianna Shaw-Wakeman serves as the Environmental Justice Program Lead for Black Women for Wellness.
Tianna Shaw-Wakeman 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 for the Class of 2021.
Currently, Tianna serves as the Environmental Justice Program Lead for 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.
In addition to this work, Tianna is proud to be a Sydney Harman Polymathic Fellow, Phi Beta Kappa, a Brittingham Social Enterprise Scholar, and a former member of both LA Mayor Garcetti’s Youth Council on Climate Action and the LA City Climate Emergency Mobilization Commission.