Tiahnah completed her Postgraduate studies in Sustainable Development (2018) at the Sustainability Institute in Stellenbosch, South Africa where she immersed herself in alternative learning methodologies. She worked for Living Lands as a Landscape Mobiliser for three years where she facilitated dialogue on the landscapes by using Theory U principles as a way of connecting perspectives. Projects included working with informal residential areas on water and sanitation monitoring systems; being part of the team to assist provincial government in reviewing the Sustainable Water Management Plan; establishing awareness of indigenous leaders and threatened wetlands and; bridging landscape initiatives. She is currently looking to import nanotechnology to Africa as a way to support and clean water systems and bodies without the use of chemicals.
Her executive role in Masiyembo has taken shape in fulfilling a design function for the Masiyembo Association. Future collaboration will involve initiatives for creative expression in nature spaces.