Tina has recently joined Deloitte as a partner in Cyber Strategy and Risk Advisory. She is a graduate of the Harvard University Program in cyber risk and is undertaking her CISSP. Prior to joining Deloitte, Tina drove the investment attraction initiatives at Economic Development Regina as Chief Economic Growth Officer, where she was part of the founding partners of Canada’s first VC backed AgTech Accelerator and about $1.2B in investment announcements in the ag and food sector. She has previously held several cabinet ministerial positions with the Government of Saskatchewan under both Premier Brad Wall and Premier Scott Moe, including Advanced Education, Innovation Saskatchewan & the Status of Women as well as Social Services. She also served on Treasury Board. Tina represented the Council of Ministers Canada at both the G20 in 2018 and the 40th General Conference of UNESCO in 2019. Tina is passionate about developing high performing teams, building strategies and ecosystems – especially in GPS and is a life-long avid learner.
25 WOMEN IN CYBER
Cyberattacks are the number one business risk in most of the world, according to a 2022 study from the World Economic Forum. Not all cyber threats are alike, and diverse problems require diverse solutions. Yet, the cyber industry is predominantly led by men. How can we solve this significant threat to the business world with only half of the population? Fortunately, the women who make up that percentage are some of the fiercest in the greater technology industry. In this series, The Female Quotient and Deloitte are putting a spotlight on 25 women at the forefront of the cyber revolution, amplifying their career advice and sharing their insights on how the industry will evolve in the future. Their stories are proof that behind every functioning society is a woman in cyber.