With a background in business, corporate banking and public policy research, Natasha Srdoc co-founded International Leaders Summit, a US-based think tank and Adriatic Institute for Public Policy focusing on the Balkan region and the European Union. For nearly half a decade, Srdoc was a regular contributor of The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), The Economist Group.
Natasha Srdoc received her Master in Business Administration (MBA), magna cum laude, from Bentley University’s McCallum Graduate School of Business, Waltham, Greater Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Economics from the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics, Rijeka, Croatia.
Natasha Srdoc is co-founder of the International Leaders Summit, a unique platform which has brought together a network of reform leaders and advocates, dedicated to strengthening the rule of law, expanding free and fair trade and securing peace through strength in the US, Europe and India. In 2015, Natasha Srdoc, Joel Anand Samy, and the late Sanford Saunders, a Jewish American leader, co-founded the Jerusalem Leaders Summit to strengthen US-Israel ties on the economic, security and trade fronts. The pro-Israel platform highlights the start-up nation’s creativity and innovation and positive contribution to new audiences within America, Britain, continental Europe and India.
Srdoc served as regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Natasha Srdoc’s interviews, articles and commentaries have appeared in Europe and the United States through the BBC, The Economist, The Jerusalem Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Swiss based business daily –Le Temps, CNN, The Financial Times, Forbes Magazine, The Sunday Times (UK) and The Washington Times. Srdoc co-authored a book with Joel Anand Samy for for Eastern Europe titled “Flat Tax – The Case for Tax Reform” – which was used by reformers in implementing the flat tax in post-communist economies.