Tanya Ladha

Senior Director, Workplace Solutions
Financial Health Network

Tanya is a Senior Director on the Workplace Solutions team, responsible for the leadership, management, and delivery of a portfolio of solutions tailored to the needs of employers. Inspired by the diversity of the Financial Health Network’s Members and stakeholders, Tanya believes in the power of cross-sector collaboration to drive the financial health movement forward. 

With years of experience in alternative financial services and related industries, Tanya is adept at managing complex initiatives that help organizations take strategic action on financial health. She focuses on building and sustaining cross-industry partnerships to create opportunities in new markets, connecting businesses to a range of partners and solutions to improve the financial health of their workers. Tanya also spearheads internal diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts for the organization. 

Tanya previously worked as a community lender for PeopleFund, a community development financial institution, and as a policy analyst. Tanya sits on the board of two organizations, one local and one national, committed to reproductive and racial justice. She holds a Master of Public Affairs and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin.

 Tanya Ladha

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