Tatiana joined the International Transport Forum in March 2017. Her work at the ITF has a focus on metropolitan governance of transport, urban mobility, access and safety as well as regulatory matters related to app-based mobility services. Within the accessibility line of work, Tatiana has contributed to the extension of the ITF Urban Access Framework initially developed for benchmarking accessibility levels in cities across Europe to Latin American region. Currently Tatiana is managing ITF work related to urban accessibility, a project on Zero Car Growth as well as organisation of 2019 Pre-Summit Research day in partnership with WCTRS, ECTRI and TRB.
Before joining the ITF, Tatiana spent a year working as GIS Analyst at the STT Group. There, she worked on the analysis of spatial data and contributed to the development of a methodology for monitoring of critical transport infrastructure. Before that, Tatiana was engaged in the work of HABIDATUM, a data analytics company assisting policymakers in understanding urban environment. There Tatiana has worked on a development of a visualization tool for the analysis of mobility patterns in Greater Moscow based on cell phone data.
Tatiana holds a Master Degree in Urban Governance from Sciences Po (Paris) and a Master and Bachelor Degree in Geography from Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is Russian national and speaks Russian, English and French.