Tina Fordham is on a mission to transform how the C-Suite, multinationals, and institutional investors think about geopolitics and social change.
A trailblazer in the field of geopolitical risk, Fordham was Wall Street’s original Chief Global Political Analyst, created Eurasia Group’s groundbreaking financial markets research business, was appointed to the United Nations’ first High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, and has served as an adviser to the U.K. prime minister and 3-star generals during her 25-year executive career.
Tina founded her independent geopolitical strategy firm, Fordham Global Foresight, in the weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022. Her clients, mainly financial institutions, law firms, and MNCs, as well as readers of her column for Forbes, are familiar with her signature thesis on “The New Geopolitical Risk Supercycle” and the concept that business leaders need to raise their “PQ”–Political Quotient–in order to be prepared for the challenges and opportunities ahead in the coming decade of dislocation.
Tina Fordham is a dual US-U.K. citizen living in London. She is a member of the International Advisory Board for the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, her alma mater, and a member of the board of Roots of Peace, an agricultural charity that works in post-conflict zones. She frequently appears on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, and Monocle Radio and hosts “The Navigator”, a global affairs video series produced in collaboration with the London Stock Exchange Group.