Tarlin Saye is an Associate (Philanthropy) of the Global Philanthropists Circle (GPC), a network of leading philanthropic families, from more than 30 countries, committed to becoming more effective social investors.
Tarlin has spent time on 6 continents, having been exposed to many cultural backgrounds and schools of thought, she joined Synergos with a personal mission of becoming a part of the wheel for positive social change. Once a refugee herself, she has spent most of her travels and social investments in providing a voice for those who don’t often have the platform to speak for themselves. During university years, she spearheaded leadership roles in youth organizations that took on initiatives of closing the social gaps within the neighboring communities including income inequality, racial divides, societal stigmas against the homeless and/or terminally ill, and assisting shelters that provided safe spaces for those suffering from broken homes.
Tarlin holds a B.A. in Theology from the University of St. Thomas, and is on her 3rd passport from world travels.