Dr. Tsang is a physician specializing in psychiatry. She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (MD), the University of Toronto (ICD.D), and Harvard University (MPH). She is recognized as a National Schulich Scholar, TEDx speaker, and WE Day National Speaker. Dr. Tsang is the research lead of Roots to Thrive, a non-profit clinic and a Director of the new Naut Sa Mawt Psychedelic Institute on Vancouver Island.
She is the CEO of The HOPE Initiative, an award-winning Canadian charity, working to improve access to education and employment opportunities for vulnerable youth. Dr. Tsang is involved with paediatric patient advocacy as the National Director of KidsCan, a youth research advisory group involving 17 paediatric centres across Canada. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Childhood Cannabinoid Clinical Trials, one of Canada’s largest paediatric studies on the effects of cannabinoid-based products on children and youth. Dr. Tsang represented the Faculty of Medicine on the Senate, the university’s highest academic governing body. She has lead the evaluation of the organization and management of over 60 university-affiliated research institutions and centres. Dr. Tsang also spent time working with the World Health Organization (WHO) in South Africa and Zimbabwe implementing the WHO HealthWISE toolkit as well as at the WHO Headquarters in Geneva in the Special Programme for Tropical Diseases Research.