Davia Temin is CEO of Temin & Company, a management consultancy helping organizations create, enhance & save reputations. Temin focuses on reputation, risk & crisis management; marketing, media & social media strategy; thought leadership; & leadership & communications coaching. A highly experienced marketing, media, reputation & leadership strategist, she serves as the spokesperson for organizations during crisis, coaches global CEOs, is a frequent public speaker, & runs & moderates CEO & corporate programs. The former First Vice Chair of Girl Scouts of the USA, she is currently Board Chair of Video Volunteers & on the board of Swarthmore College & Harvard Women’s Leadership Board, among others. In 2015 she was awarded Girl Scouts's highest honor, The Pinnacle Award for Leadership. She led Corporate Marketing for GE Capital; Schroders; Scudder; Citicorp Investment Bank; & Columbia Business School. She writes the Forbes.com column “Reputation Matters,” and is featured in several books.