Davia Temin is CEO of Temin and Company, a management consultancy helping organizations create, enhance and save reputations. Temin focuses on international reputation, risk, and crisis management, with a specialty in cybersecurity crisis management, preparation, and recovery; marketing, media and social media strategy; thought leadership; and high-level leadership and communication coaching.
An experienced marketing, media, reputation, and leadership strategist, Davia serves as spokesperson for major organizations during crisis, coaches global CEOs, and advises corporations on women’s leadership. She runs and moderates CEO and corporate programs including “Cyber Attacks & Hacks: Rewriting the Rules of Crisis Management,” “Visionary Leadership,” and “Crisis Games.”
Previously, she led Corporate Marketing for GE Capital; Schroders; Scudder, Stevens and Clark; Citicorp Investment Bank; and Columbia Business School. The former First Vice Chair of The Girl Scouts of the USA, she is currently Board Chair of Video Volunteers and on the Board of Swarthmore College. She serves as a trustee or advisory board member of: Harvard Women’s Leadership Board; the Committee for Economic Development; and WomenCorporateDirectors; among others.
In 2015, Davia was awarded with Girl Scouts’ highest honor, the Pinnacle Award for Leadership. In 2014, she was chosen as a delegate by the U.S. State Department to the Global Entrepreneurship Program in Greece. For the past four years, she has been named one of the “Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior” by Trust Across America. She is featured in several books, including Stiletto Network and Wall Street Women, and writes the Forbes.com column “Reputation Matters.”