Tania is IRAP’s Development Coordinator. In this role, she supports the daily operations of the Development Department, including processing donations, responding to donor inquiries, and managing IRAP’s fundraising database.
Prior to joining IRAP, she spent two years in Germany, first as a fellow with the Congress-Bundestag Young Professionals Exchange, through which she studied German refugee resettlement and integration policies, and then as the project coordinator for a local NGO, where she designed and implemented professional development and cultural exchange programs for refugees. Before moving to Germany, she assisted with fundraising at the American Society of International Law.
Tania graduated summa cum laude from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University with a B.A. in political science and minors in European history and Italian. While at ASU, she founded the campus chapter of a national student advocacy organization, including leading the development of a bipartisan immigration reform proposal that was adopted as the basis for the national organization’s immigration policy platform.