Tinna is an anthropologist and behavioural economist by heart (and profession). She is the Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Collaboration for Arla Foods. Previously, she worked for the Danish Institute for Human Rights. For the past 14 years, her passion has been to promote behavioural, cultural and systemic changes for inclusiveness. For this purpose she founded the socio-economic organisation Move the Elephant for Inclusiveness in 2013.
She has extensive experience in leadership development at all levels, design and facilitation of interactive training, experiential learning, along with team, cultural and organisational development. In every aspect of organisational and people development, Tinna focuses on mitigating unconscious bias and designing Inclusion Nudges.
Tinna has been honoured by the World Economic Forum as Young Global Leader 2015. She will be an active member of the YGL community for 6 years contributing to solutions that improve the state of the World. She is also a fellow at the RSA, Royal Society of Arts, a former member of the executive committee of Diversity in Business Council and a faculty member of the “D&I Academy” at The Conference Board. She is a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator in many different domains such as the United Nations, The International Committee of the Red Cross, public schools and private and public organisations.
She lives in Denmark with her family of five and has lived in France and the U.S.. Tinna speaks Danish and English.