For 35 years, Harriet Russell (BS Sociology, MS Linguistics) has helped people stop offending each other when working with diversity. From managing Public Relations at Sony in New York City to translating for ABC News at the Tokyo Economic Summit to jetting off to Minsk, Belarus on the U.S. State Department Speaker Grant, Harriet facilitates intercultural understanding.
Harriet lived overseas in total immersion, is fluent in several languages, and a published author. Commended by the Fulbright Commission and given an award by Rotary International for creating friendly relations among peoples of the world, Harriet works with multicultural teams and leaders to build cross-cultural competency.
Her most recent book Doing Business with Ease Overseas: Building Cross-Cultural Relationships That Last is curriculum at universities in the USA and abroad.