Tatiana A. Indina, PhD, is the CEO and founder of Indina-Consulting Business Communication Agency, which provides training & consulting for startups & entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and Russia (www.indina-consulting.com).
Tatiana is an international professional in business training & consulting. She holds her PhD in Social Psychology from the Russian Academy of Education, she is the winner of multiple national-level grants & awards for her work as a researcher.
In 2012, Tatiana was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Washington, DC), and in 2014 she was a Visiting Fellow at the Berkman Center, at Harvard University.
Tatiana has solid experience in teaching courses on leadership & enterepreneurship at international business schools and MBA programs, and consulting international companies & leaders.
Her professional portfolio includes diverse projects of working with small businesses, startups, big corporations, NGOs, political leaders & international organizations.
She is a great traveller and a true cosmopolitan. Born and raised in Central Asia, Tatiana has travelled and worked in Eastern & Western Europe, North America & even Australia; she has a global vision of innovation, and great cross-cultural competences which she promotes through her educational programs.
Tatiana is also the author of 5 books and over 50 research papers. Her latest book, CEO 2.0, is about innovation & entrepreneurship, and the role of the Internet & technology in transforming today’s businesses & leaders. She is often an invited speaker at International conferences worldwide.
Currently she is working on her next book and media project, “CEO 3.0,” about the trends in innovation & global leadership.