Nina is an experienced executive who guides other senior leaders in commercial and government sectors to better understand, prepare for, and manage change. Using her unique perspectives, she regularly advises leaders on strategic foresight, business planning, and change management. Nina has led organizations across government, hospitality, aerospace, telecommunications, utilities, research and development, and financial sectors as they plan for the future, mitigate risk, and pursue growth opportunities. Before joining Toffler Associates, Nina held various positions with The Rolls-Royce Group and its operating companies. She has a deep background in corporate and commercial finance, working in Strategic Financial Planning, Mergers and Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances and Aircraft Financing. Nina has an M.B.A. from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and a B.S. in Finance from the Villanova School of Business at Villanova University.

Why did you join Toffler Associates?

To help organizations pursue future growth and implement strategies to achieve their long-term goals

What is your favorite client story?

We helped a SATCOM organization envision a future approach to an aging satellite constellation based on trends and changes in the communications market. That client went on to take the constellation design recommendations Toffler provided to guide their investment strategies.

What is your superpower?

Tenacity in approaches to problem solving and connection with clients and teammates to tackle challenges together.

What excites you about 2030?

2020-2021 showed us that connection can be established even when we are forced apart. I’m excited for what this means for how we approach where we live, where we work, and how we interact in 2030. Our “neighborhoods” are truly going to feel bigger and the possibilities for connection and opportunities will multiply.

What do you enjoy most about Toffler Associates client work?

The variety and depth – new problems, new clients, new opportunities to bring our perspectives where they are needed most.

What is your favorite part about TA culture?

The ability to address the complex and sometimes ambiguous future challenges with thoughtful execution and depth of insights.

How do you spend your free time?

In search of new and interesting restaurants and beautifully poured drinks, and spending time with my family.