Tasha Kheiriddin is one of Canada’s best-known commentators, analysts, and strategic thinkers. She is a national political columnist for Postmedia, a writer on international affairs with GZERO Media, a lecturer with the Max Bell School of Public Policy, a regular French commentator on Radio Canada, and a bestselling author. Having spent over two decades analyzing, writing about, and commenting on political and current affairs for major Canadian networks and publications, Kheiriddin is an in-demand keynote speaker and a polished moderator and emcee.
Kheiriddin became passionate about politics and current affairs at an early age and held various positions in Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal. After a career in politics and law, she became a journalist, first working for CBC Newsworld before joining the Law Times and CPAC, where she earned the Justicia Award for Excellence in Journalism. Over the course of her media career, Kheiriddin has also co-hosted CTV News Channel’s National Affairs, hosted the Tasha Kheiriddin Show on Global News Radio, and served as a member of the editorial board and columnist at the National Post, a columnist at iPolitics.ca, and an award-winning host-producer at the Cable Public Affairs Channel.
In addition, Kheiriddin 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, and served as a principal with Navigator Ltd., Canada’s leading strategic affairs firm. In 2016, the Women’s Executive Network named Kheiriddin one of Canada’s “Top 100 Most Powerful Women”.
An accomplished writer, Kheiriddin is the co-author of Rescuing Canada’s Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution and the author of The Right Path: How Conservatives Can Unite, Inspire, and Take Canada Forward. She is also the author of In My Opinion on Substack and a tax policy and justice contributor for two other books.
A law graduate of McGill University, Kheiriddin has lectured in McGill’s Canadian Studies and North American Studies programs in addition to its Max Bell School of Public Policy.