Tatiana Fraser is co-founder and past executive director of Girls Action Foundation. She has spent 20 years leading social innovation and change strategies, building movements, and leading national collaborations, networks and communities of practice.
Fraser is recognized as an Ashoka Fellow for her leadership in social innovation. She is president of the Carold Institute and on the board of directors of Exeko. In 2010 she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women (Women’s Executive Network). She has received the McGill Alumni James G. Wright Award and the Champion of Lifelong Learning from the Quebec Association for Lifelong Learning.
As a social innovator, writer and speaker, Fraser centres on advancing systemic change and culture shifting through “scaling deep while scaling up.” She also focuses on women's leadership in social innovation and is co-authoring Girl Positive, a book that explores political and cultural issues facing girls today.
Tatiana is an advisor for the Social Innovation Certificate program.