Tasha Toulouse was born and raised in Belle River, Ontario. She is currently enrolled in her last semester at the University of Windsor specializing in Dramatic Arts, with a minor in psychology. Along with a passion for drama, Tasha has a newfound dedication to her own health and fitness. She enjoys paddle-boarding, rollerblading, and working out. She is quickly becoming an advocate for remaining active and eating well, as it has boosted her confidence and she wishes to share that with friends and family. She does so by encouraging others to participate in physical activities and outdoor events.
Not only does Tasha support her friends and family in their endeavors, she also prides herself for her involvement in the community. Volunteering has always played an important role in her life. She enjoys giving back by working with charities and organizations including the Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association, Free the Children, and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Many of her other volunteer work centers around lessening our environmental impact by cutting down on unnecessary waste, to help both our country and our planet.
Tasha hopes to inspire others in both her community as well as across the country to remain active, give back to their community, pursue their passions and be confident in their own skin. She is a relatable role model who believes that it is important to love the life you’ve been given and to make the best of all the experiences that come your way.