Tatiana currently serves as Deputy State Director for Democrats for Educational Reform Louisiana. Prior to this role, Tatiana was a Reentry Community Coordinator for Orleans Parish, and has a combined experience of 15 years of community advocacy and engagement in the fields of mental health, second chances, resiliency, diversity, and inclusion and education reform. Tatiana also previously worked as Disaster Program Specialist, managing 9 programs in disaster relief cycle, prevention, response, and recovery, and was an Independent Program Monitor for Sexual and Domestic Violence Survivors in the State of Florida.

Tatiana has created and spoken at several housing, workforce and mental health panels in an effort to educate case managers and organizational leadership. She has also coordinated resources for disaster relief operations in the Bayou Region, and the Orleans and Jefferson Parishes post-Ida, and volunteered to provide meals to first responders and medical personnel during the peak of COVID-19 pandemic. She is currently engaged with the IST Health Care Committee and IST Housing and Mental Health Subcommittee for the State of Louisiana, and is a member of the LA-PRI State Implementation Steering Team Meeting, Co-Chair of the Big Easy Steering Team (Orleans Parish Steering Team), an active member of Urban League Young Professionals and Parent Leadership Training Institute for the City of New Orleans, and serves as an honorary Board Member for Horns United, Central City Fellowship Church and Quarter of Hope. Tatiana is also a member of the International Society Of Females Professionals and Young Professionals Urban League.