Tanisha Andrews (SHE/HER/HERS)

Wife, Mom, and Storyteller in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Tanisha Andrews (SHE/HER/HERS)

Wife, Mom, and Storyteller in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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"Diversity is being invited to a party; Inclusion is being a member of the party-planning committee."

Tanisha Andrews is a 40 something Minneapolitan who gets most of her life advice from Oprah and Fred Rogers.

Her daytime responsibilities include working as an Academic Adviser to graduate business students at a private university.

Most evenings she's thinking of ways to procrastinate on the couch by watching one more episode of “Bridgerton,” “Schitt’s Creek,” “mixed-ish” or old episodes of “Oprah” (see above) or chasing after a little person who is wearing a princess dress and Batman cape. What really excites her is working with young people and helping them figure out how to be the best versions of themselves: the version that is authentic to who they are outside of who society tells them they need to be. In addition to that, diversity and inclusion work and making organizations and communities more fair, just, and equitable for everyone.

When she's not doing any (or all) of the above, she enjoys barre, yoga, looking at photos of monkeys on the internet, yummy lattes, vacations, and officiating wedding ceremonies.

  • Education
    • University of St. Thomas