Tammy Hoblak

Tammy HoblakTammy holds a Master’s degree from the McGill – McConnell Masters of Management program for National Voluntary Sector Leaders. Her first involvement as a volunteer was in the Arctic as a youth on an exchange program with Taloyoak, Nunavut. This life changing experience led to her passion for volunteering and learning further about indigenous cultures, issues, and rights.
This eventually drew Tammy to Canada World Youth, a non-governmental organization, where she began her experience in west Borneo as a volunteer, followed by international development studies, she has now worked as a CWY Program Manager for over 15 years. Dedicated to advancing youth engagement, Tammy has worked with partners around the world including Africa, Asia, and Central America, to implement international youth-based development projects in the areas of health, environment, entrepreneurship and gender equity.
Tammy is fluent in Bahasa Indonesian, and has additional work experience in Indonesia through her positions as Assistant Director for CUSO Indonesia (Canadian professionals volunteering overseas) and as a Project Manager for a CIDA-funded bilateral project.
Tammy grew up on farm in rural Northern Alberta. She is dedicated to advancing equity through health, and the well-being of women, men, and children in both local and global communities. Her hobbies include yoga and running, and she has proudly completed two marathons.