For over 40 years, Harriet L. Russell has helped people work better together across cultures. From Wall Street in NYC to translator for ABC News at the Tokyo Economic Summit, to jetting off to Minsk, Belarus, hosted by the U.S. State Department, she knows the importance of cross-cultural competence.
Harriet lived overseas for many years and is fluent in several languages. Harriet was commended by the Fulbright Commission, given an award by Rotary International for “creating friendly relations among peoples of the world”, and founded an English language library in Kyrgyzstan.
Latest Book: Business Ease Overseas: Building Cross-Cultural Relationships That Last.