The murder of Tanya’s sister, Nicole Brown-Simpson, elevated her concern on the issues of domestic violence and toxic relationships. It is her life mission to raise awareness on where it starts and where it can end.
Tanya is a nationally-known speaker and inspirational motivator dedicated to educate students, shelters, law enforcement, office staff, and communities, in a grand effort to raise awareness on the epidemic of domestic violence. Her compassion and dedication accompanied with her professionalism and confidence inspire women and men alike to take action in the campaign of violence against women.
In Tanya’s presentation she will reveal some of her sister's intimate thoughts and the turmoil she went through living in her violent relationship. These journals chronicle the first signs of domestic abuse.
Tanya has also made a personal commitment to speak on the issues of mental health. She shares intimate details about her own experience of being a patient in a psychiatric unit and outpatient program due to the lack of effective coping skills and grieving the loss of her sister and other significant losses.
Tanya is a certified life coach and has a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Argosy University. She has written a book: Stepping Stones to Success which is available via mail order. In Spring of 2014, upon the 20 year anniversary of her sister’s murder, Finding Peace Amid The Chaos: My Escape from Depression and Suicide, will be released.
She has been seen on Larry King Live, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Insider and other national media outlets to speak on the epidemic of domestic violence and mental health in our communities.
She encourages the audience to ask questions as her time is limited and she would like to take this time just for you.