Tania Goitiandia Moore
Tania Goitiandia Moore is an educator, doctoral student and mother of two young children. An allophone immigrant to Quebec as a teenager, she has integrated easily into the community, first in Montreal and then in Ville Saint-Laurent, for the past 15 years.
Caring about and identifying with immigration issues, the status of women and the well-being of children, Tania has held various positions, such as teacher for newcomers, local economic development advisor, consultant and NPO volunteer. She is a member of various boards of directors, such as CPEs, and currently holds a seat on the Centre de femmes de Saint-Laurent.
Research assistant at UQAM and actively involved in school and community life, Ms. Goitiandia Moore is completing a doctorate in educational sciences at UQAM and is interested in children's rights education through artistic and cultural practices.
The philosophy of our new team is to be with the people first and foremost, to improve the quality of life in all neighborhoods in our borough. We will be out and about, to meet with you in the streets, alleys, parks, and at neighbourhood events. We want to learn what you are hoping for and what projects you would like completed.See more