Tanya Gulliver-Garcia brings practical, academic and philanthropic understandings of disasters to her work as the director of learning and partnerships. She is a self-described “disaster junkie” who is passionate about ensuring the most marginalized and vulnerable in our communities are able to recover and build resilience. Her work is grounded in principles of equity and an understanding of how the intersections of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, class, etc. impact the lives of individuals and their families/communities.
Director of Learning and Partnerships
Center for Disaster Philanthropy