Associate, Communications, Youth Engagement
Tasnia Mir (she/her) is a communications specialist and outspoken advocate for the rights of girls and women everywhere. She is passionate about building cross-cultural connections and using digital strategies to elevate marginalized voices, advance progressive policies, and drive narrative change.
Before joining Women Deliver, Tasnia served as the Program Manager for the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School, where she managed communications, events, and operations for a complex program portfolio designed to engage the university community on pressing human rights issues. She also oversaw several fellowship programs to cultivate the leadership capacities of Columbia Law students pursuing careers in human rights.
Tasnia has previously held roles at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency and the International Rescue Committee, creating a wide range of communications assets to amplify global initiatives related to refugee health, education, and gender equality. Prior to that, she generated social media content for Global Youth Connect to promote the organization’s programs in Rwanda and Colombia, which provide young leaders with opportunities to develop critical technical skills pertaining to grassroots organizing, conflict transformation, and human rights activism.
Tasnia holds a Master of Arts in International Affairs from The New School with a focus on human rights and migration studies, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Skidmore College.