Tetiana Anderson

Strategic Engagement/Partnerships Consultant

From Baghdad to Brooklyn to Washington, DC to Singapore, Tetiana Anderson has dedicated her career to bringing quality stories to viewers, readers and listeners around the world. A 2012 New York Press Club award winner for Best Spot News TV, and a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Tetiana has interviewed notables from U.S. representative and Civil Rights activist John Lewis, to Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Fikri Isik, to financial guru Suze Orman, to eight-time platinum recording artist 50 Cent. Whether she is in front of the camera or behind it, Tetiana has a passion for a good story and relishes the chance to tell one.

As a reporter, her work has appeared on television and radio networks including: CBS Evening News and CBS affiliates across the country, NY-1, The Weather Channel, NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, MSNBC, CNN, Voice of America, Vatican Radio, Al Arabiya, Arise News, TRT World, among others others. She’s also written for Maclean’s, People, Egypt Today, Edge Magazine and a range of other national and international publications. In addition to her journalism work, Tetiana has developed and produced content for numerous networks and worked as an impact and strategy consultant for organizations such as the African Development Bank, Spark Media and the Globe-athon to End Women’s Cancers, for whom she helped produce the “Globe-athon in the Caribbean” engagement initiative. As part of the Spark team, she also produced a promotional video highlighting a project funded by Ashoka, an NGO that cultivates global change leaders.