Cultural Heritage Month Speakers: Tianna Soto

Thursday, March 10, 2022
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
The Union Ballroom
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DeAndrae Powell
Center for Multicultural Student Services

 Tianna is a writer, speaker, and educator based in New York City. With expertise in psychology, mental health, and wellness, Tianna is dedicated to empowering college students to face their journey with clarity and confidence. Her work has been featured by The United Nations Foundation, To Write Love On Her Arms, Facebook, Her Campus, Yoga Girl, and Thrive Global, among others.

As a Puerto Rican, Jamaican-Chinese woman born and raised in the south in a family of New Yorkers, Tianna understands what it’s like to exist between worlds. She encourages students to honor their personal narratives and the qualities that make them unique while sharing practical guidance for mental health and wellness. Her work is heart-centered, service-driven, culturally-informed, and rooted in empathy.

Tianna holds a Master of Arts in Psychology in Education from Columbia University, where she graduated from the Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI). She holds a BA in Psychology and BA in Spanish Language & Literature from NC State University. Additionally, she is an RYT-200 Hour Certified Yoga Teacher and mindfulness facilitator who supports diverse clients through her 1:1 coaching practice.

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