Tania Chomiak-Salvi

Tania Chomiak-Salvi is a creative advocacy professional with 25 years of experience designing and delivering outreach programs in foreign policy. Chomiak-Salvi currently works as a consultant and instructor to diplomats and a board member for non-profit organizations and continues to pursue efforts to maintain the Transatlantic relationship.

As a Foreign Service Officer in the Department of State, Chomiak-Salvi specialized in building foreign public support for U.S. national security and prosperity goals. She represented the ideas and people of the United States to foreign publics in Kazakhstan, Belgium, Poland, the U.K., and the United Nations. She also held leadership positions in the State Department, including in educational and cultural exchange, digital communications, European issues, and on national Fulbright boards. Leveraging her public speaking skills, Chomiak-Salvi trained foreign service professionals.

Tania continues to support the discipline of public diplomacy, including as an instructor at the U.S. Foreign Service Institute and other organizations, a consultant to non-profits, and in the Public Diplomacy Council of America. In other areas, Tania serves on the boards of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and Holy Trinity Parish in Washington, DC.

Tania received her Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School in 1993 and her B.A. from the University of Virginia in 1989.