Tianna graduated from her undergraduate Bachelor of Government and International Relations in 2018 and is in her final semester of a Bachelor of Laws (Honours). Tianna studied aboard at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied the political issues and barriers faced by First peoples and minority groups within society. This experience sparked the start of Tianna’s interest in the Law and expanded upon her passion for human rights issues.
Tianna has experience working with Institutional Child Sexual Abuse matters and is passionate about achieving the best results possible for survivors. She is knowledgeable on historical legislation and up to date on issues identified by the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse. Tianna is an advocate for rectifying human rights and social justice issues and this is what drives her when working with survivors. Tianna aims to graduate in October 2020 and to continue working with survivors of Institutional Child Sexual abuse in order to assist them with sharing their stories and achieving justice through compensation.
She has always maintained an active role in her community by offering her spare time to mentor and tutor high school students from low socioeconomic backgrounds and migrant families. Tianna has also volunteered her time to support those with disabilities through the organisation Riding for the Disabled and assisting with organising various youth groups for those with disabilities.
In her spare time Tianna enjoys boxing and training for up and coming amateur competitions.