Tania Ibarra is a dynamic and agile solutionary who strives to help people reach their full potential. She believes in powerful environments where people can contribute their talents, knowledge, and skills freely. A professional with diverse industry experience in finance, accounting, and assurance, her strength lies in connecting process with financial and operational results while consistently seeking efficiencies via manual procedures automation. As a speaker, Tania combines personal experiences, data, and frameworks to connect and inspire audiences into action. She focuses on moving dreams to goals and desires to results.
Tania is a founder and board member of the Latino Professionals Association, an organization that cultivates a community that inspires, develops, and empowers Latinx professionals to pursue success.
Tania earned a Bachelors of Arts in Accounting and Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Clarke University. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Wisconsin, a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, and holds a Professional Trainer Certificate from UW-Madison. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Open Compliance and Ethics Group. As a Green Belt project manager, she centers stakeholders to deliver value and balance interests in outcomes. Incredibly involved in her community, Tania volunteers on the Kids Forward and Downtown Madison Inc. boards. She is also a former board member of the Fund For Women, the Madison Coalition Cooperative Development, Centro Hispano, and the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County.