Full Name
Ms. Daniella Y Taveau
Job Title
Company Name
Bold Text Strategies
Speaker Bio
Daniella Taveau is a Regulatory and Global Trade Strategist and founder of Bold Text Strategies. Ms. Taveau is an internationally recognized expert in developing global business and regulatory strategies. She has extensive experience working with senior political officials and advises multinational corporations in six continents in the areas of international trade, finance, agriculture, food security and safety, chemicals, pesticides, new technologies, cosmetics and personal care, intergovernmental organizations, and information technology.
Prior to starting her own firm, Daniella was a Strategist for the Law Firm of King & Spalding and was an International Trade Negotiator with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where she represented the United States at the World Trade Organization (WTO); all U.S. Free Trade Agreements including the Transpacific Partnership, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (U.S./E.U. FTA), and the U.S. Korea Free Trade Agreement; the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (U.N. FAO); and the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). Ms. Taveau also served as an International Policy Analyst with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and as an executive for a global cosmetics company for ten years.
A classically trained and accomplished opera singer and pianist and fluent in six languages, Daniella is the Board Chair of Embassy Series, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering international understanding through musical diplomacy. In addition to a degree in business administration, Daniella has done extensive post-graduate work in the sciences and holds an MBA from the Robert H. Smith Executive School of Business where she is an Executive in Residence. Daniella has been a Non-Resident Senior Fellow for the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center, an internationally renowned National Security think tank, where she established AgriTechAction, a platform that helps resolve food security concerns through the use of technology. She is also a Member of the Loomis Innovation Council at the Stimson Center where she continues to develop policy at the intersection of food and agriculture, technology, and security.
Daniella Taveau