Tatyana Fertelmeyster

Tatyana Fertelmeyster, Global/Domestic Diversity and Inclusion, Master Facilitator, Trainer and Coach

Tatyana is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, provides Leadership and Team Effectiveness consulting, training, and coaching for corporate clients, academic, governmental, and non-profit organizations. Tatyana is a faculty of the Coaching Center for the Forum on Workplace Inclusion where she coaches leaders and high potential professionals with special concentration on developing their Effectiveness and Resilience. She also coaches executives in personal, cultural, and work-related transitions. Tatyana is a faculty at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication (SIIC), as well as Winter (WIIC) and Qatar (QIIC) Institutes.

Courses she teachers include Experiential Facilitation Skills; Personal Leadership: Interculturalists Practicing at our Highest and Best; It May Be Something Else: Challenges and Dilemmas of Intercultural and Diversity Work; Counseling Skills for Intercultural and Diversity Professionals; Negotiating Conflict across Worldviews; Dealing with Difficult People, Difficult Issues, and Difficult Moments; and Methods and Tools for Identity Exploration. During her tenure with the Jewish Child and Family Services of Chicago

Tatyana worked as a family worker in refugee resettlement, a mental health counselor, and a Director of Cultural Competency Programs. In that leadership position she was responsible for overseeing a number of state-wide projects that served refugees from over 30 different countries in various Life Skills Education programs. Tatyana was involved in a program and curricula development and training of professionals working with refugees nation-wide. She co-authored Life Skills Education for PreLiterate Populations: Facilitator’s Tool-kit.

Speaker Details
  • Company
    Language Advisors Network Group Inc.
Speaker Details
  • Company
    Language Advisors Network Group Inc.