Tassie Weaver Consulting
Experience and Expertise
Tassie is a freelance trainer and consultant, passionate about driving systemic change so that marginalised groups are empowered to have their voices heard, to thrive in whatever way is meaningful for them, and to achieve a more equitable system of support for people when challenges arise.
Tassie has worked in a wide range of roles across the homelessness sector, with a particular focus on tackling multiple disadvantage. As well as drawing on her experience in front line roles to understand how services and systems do and don't work for people, Tassie is experienced at leading and implementing strategic change at a system-wide level across a range of services and sectors. Whilst it is important to understand how and why a system fails, Tassie remains focused on identifying opportunities for change and improvement.
Central to all Tassie's work is an awareness of the impact of trauma and the ways in which systems can traumatise. Tassie models and advocates for a trauma-informed approach in all of her work.
Tassie has experience of supporting and collaborating on transformational systems work with a range of stakeholders including VCSE organisations, local authorities, police and probation, health and mental health teams, local and national public health teams, central government departments and importantly, people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage.
Applying a trauma-informed lens
Engaging marginalised groups
Identifying and developing good practice
Values led leadership
Applying policy to practice
Making Every Adult Coalition
West Yorkshire Finding Independence (Fulfilling Lives)
Psychology Post-Graduate Diploma (Distinction)
London Southbank University
Development and Human Rights MA (Merit)
Sociology and Politics BA (hons) (2:1)
Nottingham Trent University