Anthropologist specializing in equality and inclusiveness. Social entrepreneur. Founder, Move the Elephant for Inclusiveness, a non-profit organization founded on an innovative model of sharing, reciprocity and equal access to enablers that ensure sustainable inclusion in organizations, communities and societies. Its mission is to enable and empower as many people and organizations as possible worldwide to design systems, cultures and behaviours to be inclusive. At the core of this design approach is the practical technique called inclusion Nudges: designed interventions (based on behavioural insights) that mitigate unconscious bias and promote inclusiveness in decision-making, collaboration, leadership and development. The global spread of these enablers is facilitated in a non-profit global peer-to-peer initiative and guidebook: www.inclusion-nudges.org. Tinna is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum and co-chair of the Global Future Council for Behavioural science. Tinna is a faculty member at the Open University in Denmark and at Amani Institut for Social Innovation Management in Kenya, and at Open Innovation in Science in Vienna. Tinna is gender parity strategic partner and advisor at the United Nations.