Anya Goldin is an accomplished executive with 28 years of experience and demonstrated success across the law, private equity, venture capital, healthcare and telecommunications industries. Since 2014, she has worked as a consultant, advising companies on strategic and business issues, complex and cross-border transactions, as well as corporate restructurings and multi-jurisdictional disputes. Anya also practices at Nolan Heimann law firm and teaches a course on International Business Negotiations at the USC’s Gould School of Law. She has co-founded a technology start-up Provenance Laboratories and engages in entrepreneurial, investment and philanthropic activities. She has held leadership positions as a managing partner at Latham & Watkins (17 years), as well as the General Counsel, Vice President and Chair of the Risk Management Committee of a $20-billion London Stock Exchange-listed conglomerate that controlled four other public companies listed on the New York and London Stock Exchanges as well as a variety of private international assets. Anya has served on the boards of eight public and private companies in Europe, Russia, India and the UK, and for seven years oversaw international operations of a global regulated private equity fund in her capacity as the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors. She is currently on the Advisory Board of a California private equity fund, Lumia Capital, on the Board of Trustees of Westmark School, and on the Board of Berkeley Law Alumni’s L.A. Chapter. She is a member of the State Bar of California. She holds a BA in Mass Communications from the University of California Berkeley, as well as a JD from University of California Berkeley School of Law.