Tania Magoon recently completed
her first year student at Albany Law School. She received
her A.M. from Harvard University in Chemistry in 2003, and
her B.S., B.A. from Union College in 2001. Tania has tutored
elementary school children and tutored students in chemistry
and classical Greek. She received two Distinction in Teaching
Awards from Harvard College where she taught undergraduate
organic chemistry courses.
Through her experience, Ms. Magoon recognizes that the most
important tools for individual success are education and access
to information. Being of Indian descent, she appreciates the
immense role her cultural heritage has played in shaping her
life and pursuits. Through Zamani Foundation Tania hopes to
ensure that all individuals, especially children, have the
access to the resources they need to succeed. Moreover, Tania
is dedicated to ensuring that individuals are completely engaged
in their own development, specifically in cultivating the
treasure that is in their own cultural heritage because the
integrity of self-identity is indeed precious, especially
in this age of globalization.
Tania is a Program Director and Legal Analyst for Zamani
Foundation and an important critical voice in the development
and execution of the organization's program.