Tanya DeHoyos is the Chief People Officer at National Health Foundation where she leads the People and Culture function of the organization. She is passionate about attracting, developing, engaging, and retaining NHF’s stellar staff.
Prior to arriving at NHF, Tanya worked in people operations for 15 years in the for-profit sector focused on developing people’s careers by building innovative training solutions and intensive development programs. Throughout her professional career, Tanya has consistently worked for organizations that are truly committed to investing in the growth, balance, and happiness of their employees.
In her current role at NHF, Tanya’s passion lies in building inclusive and equitable spaces where staff members can bring their diverse voices, sharing perspectives and experiences – ultimately leading to the development of new ideas that help the organization thrive. Being an integral part of NHF’s core values, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is woven into the fabric of People & Culture and her team’s work here helps to shape NHF’s governance, strategies, programs, operational activities and advocacy efforts. She is extremely proud of her team’s unwavering commitment to justice and equity work.
Ms. DeHoyos obtained her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership at Pennsylvania State University and her master’s degree in Learning, Design & Technology at Purdue University. She is currently serving as a mentor for the National Healthcare for the Homeless Council’s Learning Collaborative on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. In the past, she has served as a mentor for the Educational Opportunity Program, and for the Society of Human Resource Management where she has assisted veterans transitioning from military to civilian life. She has also served on the Board of Directors for Girls on the Run Poconos Pennsylvania chapter.