Tanya was ranked one of the top 1% viewed profiles in the world on LinkedIn in 2012.
She has placed an engineer in the Antarctica with an entity, and has been successful at placing mid-level, sales, and IT personnel in the Hospitality, IT, Transportation, and Development industries. Comfortable within various industries she maintains an attentive nature always with a positive quick mind to bringing about a mutual solution. She shines within those situations full of complexities and challenges, and can quickly assess system thinking and creative approaches, while maintaining the vision and delving into the details necessary to pin-point the solution.
Her work in process Integration Strategies and placement encompassed programs in Health Safety and Environment. She was a global leader and senior manager in Networking, Marketing, Training, and Consulting with over 15 years of creative experience in client-oriented management and business communications. She was a head instructor and inspirational teacher for an acting and modeling school – teaching improv, runway, posing, confidence, and fitness.
A Business Development Director for companies in the areas of Due Diligence for VCs and PEGs, International Resorts and Commercial and Residential Construction, and Business- to- Business Services, she has been successful in collaborating with leaders, teams and individuals in various sectors. Her responsibilities included the management of a Sales Operations budget in excess of $150M and the international Sales Operations and legal teams and processes ranging from $15M - $76M and 101 contracts in one-day sales launch events. She is adamant about maintaining a laser-like focus on solving client’s needs and identifying candidates’ aptitude, attitude and abilities.
Tanya has a J.D. from Mercer University Law School and a B.A. from Wesleyan College. She is a gifted athlete and has invested her passion for charities in the areas of Child Trafficking, Special Olympics, and abused and neglected animals. Her motto is simple: “Giving people back to themselves.”