Born into a Lebanese-French family, Tania Mohsen has lived her life between Lebanon and the province of Quebec, where both her parents had emigrated in the seventies. Everywhere she lived, she managed to study most of her life in the French academic system, where she was enrolled along with children of French expats and from all over the world. She earned a Diplôme du Baccalauréat Général in Arts History and Philosophy, and went on study journalism; she graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree from Concordia University.  She also earned an undergraduate certificate in applied communications from Université de Montréal. She is now working with the Chaire UNESCO-PREV for her Masters Degree in Communications Studies, analyzing the media coverage of the Quebec media in the immediate aftermath of the Quebec Mosque Shooting of January 2017. Her study focuses on the media representation of the Muslim communities by the local media.

Tania is in charge of managing the NCCM’s French social media as well monitoring Francophone mainstream media in Quebec. She also assists with translation services, and recruits volunteers for various NCCM events in Quebec. Her areas of interest include the study of news media, politics, journalism ethics, and human rights.