Louise Tabbiner is a senior advisor at the Milken Institute, where she focuses on the Middle East and North Africa. She is responsible for accelerating the Institute’s relationships with influential leaders across sectors in the MENA region.
Tabbiner previously served as an advisor to the Milken Institute. In that role she focused on initiatives including international development, family office programming, launching the Emerging Manager program and driving new sponsorship dollars.
Tabbiner is the founder of Introsight Advisors, a global strategic marketing and investor relations consulting firm. Introsight works with a select group of high profile sophisticated global investors, private or family run enterprises, best-in-class brands and companies, early stage investment firms, and non-profit advocacy and research organizations.
Tabbiner also serves as an advisor to the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization and the SAF Platform, an automation technology company for institutional investors and asset managers. She is on the steering committee for the Women’s Association of Venture & Private Equity.
Previously, Tabbiner was a vice president at Providence Equity, where she spent seven years working on Providence’s business development activities including capital raising, marketing, public relations, branding, and events. Prior to that, Tabbiner spent five years in investment banking at Bank of America where she focused on the healthcare, media, consumer, and gaming sectors.
She was born in Montreal, Canada and received a bachelor's in economics from McGill University.