- Media Training
- Navigator Black
- Navigator Black – Lawyer
- Navigator Black Archive
- The Push Back
- Update Your Profile
- It’s time for a change
- It’s time for a change
- Art at Navigator
- Navigator Limited Ontario Accessibility Policy
- Virtual Retreat 2020 Closing Remarks
- COVID-19 Resources
- Navigator Sight: COVID-19 Monitor
- Navigator Sight: COVID-19 Monitor – Archive
- Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation
- Chairman’s desk
- Government relations
- Public affairs campaigns
- Capital markets
- How we win
- What we believe
- Who we are
- Empower by Navigator
An experienced Navigator crisis team is on call and available to respond and provide strategic communications counsel and support. 1.877.431.9721 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on our crisis planning services, click here.
Tasha Kheiriddin is a Principal at Navigator and Vice President of the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation (CCPC) based in Toronto. Tasha has over twenty years of media, policy and communications experience. Tasha’s leadership experience and innate ability to understand how issues impact various stakeholders drives the work that she does.
Fluently bilingual, Tasha has served as communications director and vice-president for several major Canadian policy institutes, including the Montreal Economic Institute, the Fraser Institute and the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. She also operated her own communications consultancy, advising clients on strategy, message development and media training. Over the course of her media career, she hosted The Tasha Kheiriddin Show on Global News Radio, co-hosted CTV News Channel’s National Affairs, and served as a member of the editorial board and columnist at the National Post, a columnist at iPolitics.ca, a producer with CBC Newsworld, and an award-winning host-producer at the Cable Public Affairs Channel. In 2016, the Women’s Executive Network named Tasha one of Canada’s “Top 100 Most Powerful Women” for her work in media and communications.
Today, Tasha continues to write political commentary and provide analysis for Canadian news outlets in both English and French. An accomplished author, she is the co-author of the bestseller, Rescuing Canada’s Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution, and a tax policy and justice contributor for two other books. A law graduate of McGill University, Tasha is a lecturer at the university’s Max Bell School of Public Policy.