Tina Barseghian works with FUSE fellows and public sector partners to drive strategic storytelling efforts as a means of sharing insights and best practices that every city can learn from, emulate, and replicate. Tina is an experienced journalist, writer, and editor, and she has produced and creative-directed video, audio, and other multimedia communication initiatives.
Previously, Tina was global senior editor at IDEO, leading storytelling efforts across multiple platforms on a range of topic areas, including education, healthcare, public sector, technology, and business. Prior to that, she was the founder and editor-in-chief of MindShift, a daily news site about the future of education for NPR and KQED. She also worked as the executive editor of Edutopia, a magazine produced by the George Lucas Education Foundation; as editor-in-chief at O’Reilly Media; and as a travel writer and general assignment reporter for various newspapers and magazines.