Tania le Moigne is Managing Director for Google CEE. She launched the Google Czech and Slovak offices in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Tania has been working in the IT industry and Internet world for most of her career. She spent more than nine years at Microsoft in Prague, Munich and London, where she held various management positions in the areas of marketing, IP protection and enterprise strategy.

For her outstanding impact on internet innovation in the Czech Republic she was honored with the LUPA award for “Personality of the Czech Internet 2009”. She took first place in the Hospodářské noviny award “Top 25 Women of Czech Business in 2011”. Since 2011 Tania has belonged to Top 25 most influential business women in the Czech Republic as listed by Hospodářské noviny and FORBES. In 2014 Tania received an award HR personality.

As a successful entrepreneur Tania is an author of 4bambini, a series of board games for children that promote important life values such as good manners, health, diversity, safety and good eating habits. Tania is a Board member of and mentor of non-commercial mentoring project Odyssey that supports Women in Business. She occasionally cooperates with the University of Economics, New York University and European Leadership & Academic Institute in Prague, where she is lecturing Values Based Leadership. Tania is a Board Member of Aspen Institute Central Europe, a Board Member of NGO Dobry Andel, and a member of YPO Czech Republic. She graduated from the University of Economics, Prague.

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