Davia Temin

Davia Temin

New York

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Davia Temin is CEO of Temin and Company, a boutique management consultancy that helps corporations create, enhance and save their reputations with a focus on crisis and reputation management, corporate governance, and corporate culture consulting. Temin and Company works with clients to create brand-distinguishing thought leadership and best practices in governance and corporate leadership, as well as to promote women’s leadership, provide socially responsible marketing, media and social media strategy and execution, and create cultures supportive of gender equity. Davia serves as a spokesman for organizations during crises, strategist, and leadership and communications coach at the board, CEO and executive committee levels. An Honors graduate of Swarthmore College, she attended Columbia University for her Masters Degree. Previously, Davia served as the First Vice Chair of the Board of Girl Scouts of the USA and Chair of their National Fund Development Committee, and currently serves on the boards or advisory boards of Girl Scouts of Greater New York, Swarthmore College, The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship Program of Columbia Journalism School, Harvard Women’s Leadership Board, ProPublica, and Video Volunteers, among others. Currently, Davia is advising on 10 different facets of the #MeToo issue, and writes the “Reputation Matters” column for Forbes.com and recently penned “A 15-Point Plan for Boards and CEOs to Eradicate Sexual Harassment in Their Organizations.”