Tanya Tarr is an entrepreneur, writer, and negotiation coach. She is the founder of Corporate Insights, a company that
Early Life & Education
Tanya Tarr graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, History, and Policy. She went on to complete her Master's degree in CMU's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.
Tanya Tarr started her career as a policy analyst for the New York State Assembly, providing research, analysis, and reports energy reulation for the Office of the Speaker's Program Development Group. She continued working for public office officials in the mid 2000's, managing campaign operations Virginia's Tim Kaine in Arlington County and Tom Hucker in 2006 . She managed these campaigns while working as a Data Manager for Working America, a non-profit dedicated to advocating for good jobs and a just economy.
She has also helped women run for office, from the school board level to the U.S. presidential level. She was also the Director of Legislative and Political Mobilization with the Texas American Federation of Teachers.
In May 2018, Tanya Tarr became Vice President for the North American region for AdvantageSRING, a global commercial negotiation consultancy firm. She delivers training and development to corporations and organizations in the United States and Canada and helps people enhance their emotional intelligence. 
Practice Makes Power
Tanya Tarr has written a book titled Practice Makes Power: How to Win at Work, at Home and at the Capitol.
Awards & Accomplishments
In 2009, Tanya Tarr was named a Rising Star by Campaigns and Elections politics magazine, which recognizes people under 35 years old who have made a significant mark in political consulting or advocacy.