Tazim Elkington is the embodiment or living example of an inspiring and
authentic life being lived. The talented “paradigm shifter” is credited to
motivating, stimulating and encouraging many groups and individuals in
society today with her unconventional strategies to living a more fulfilled
and rewarding life. Tazim’s influence in the world of positive change has
impact that creates a total butterfly effect. With her natural global and
local appeal, Tazim has a gift for connecting with people from all
ethnicities, ages, creeds, and sees every human being as the individual and
unique human being they are. This is a woman who has a powerful presence, in
the boardroom, in the village, slum or any social gathering. Her presence
speaks the right to freedom, balance, peace, joy and endless application of
She’s a natural and trained public speaker and has learnt a variety of methodologies and concepts over the years. These have propelled her to create her very own unique transformational systems that break the limitation and boundaries that restrict individual freedoms. Tazim’s words go straight to the heart and resonate with every human being. She is a ‘figure and personality on the move’
Tazim Elkington is Kenyan/Canadian. She did not grow up in your typical family environment with a present mum and dad. She grew up in various different towns and cities with other families. Tazim grew up outside the expected norms of what a child requires and spent most of her early years traveling from town to town which explains her open and flexible attitude to life. Her personal life experiences have given her a unique set of values which have propelled her towards creating and becoming the successful, unique and revolutionary ‘mind transformation proponent’ that she is. Tazim has worked in the tourism industry, real estate and marketing industries for numerous years. She has also participated in a variety of causes such as the Westend Calendar Girls and supporting orphaned children. She has a way and a love for people that has bolted her career in many directions and dimensions both here in Kenya and in Canada.
She has been invited on to many of the popular TV and Radio shows, and been written about in the local dailies and social magazines. Her forte for delivering keynote talks ‘off the cuff’ are getting her speaking engagements constantly. Tazim focus’s passionately on children’s and women’s rights, individual and collective responsibility from grassroots to all status quo aspects and finally the ‘gaps’ at all levels of life.
Tazim however is known for her gift of writing her collection of pros entitled “Song of the Soul”. Her work is an expression and connection to the inner self. Deep, real, meaningful and enquiring. Extracts of her work have been published weekly in the Standard newspaper under the title ’Just a thought’ by Tazim Elkington.
Tazim began helping people shift paradigms by applying lessons she had learnt from her own life. She has a very strong and almost psychic instinctual understanding of the human spirit. She works with organizations to support them in finding their balance and vision. She works with individuals in order to help them understand their power and accept the gifts of life. She works with communities to help them realize their common ground and build a fulfilled and sustainable future for all concerned. She creates customized presentations, concepts and suggestions to suit specific needs. She typically uses a combination of many philosophies in her work resulting in her own unique healing and progressive techniques that can be applied to any situation.
Tazim has a mission to bring about change in society. Her compassion extends from the individual, to groups of people, businesses and KENYA. She strongly believes that progressive change is an integral and essential path in life. Her determination and commitment are to be the change through her work, as she puts it “one person at a time”. Being deeply patriotic, she gives of her time to numerous groups, charitable organizations and institutions walking towards and creating ‘responsible’change