Roumiana Gotseva’s purpose is opening up choice – and from there, novel opportunities and the potential for change. She achieves this by heightening people’s awareness of the many lenses with which they can view the world, helping them make clear and conscious choices in the midst of complexity and ambiguity. Roumiana has 20 years of global business experience working as consulting futurist, foresight practitioner, strategy consultant, project manager, workshop facilitator and trainer, and organizational consultant. She designs and leads strategic foresight projects, tailoring the engagement to the client’s unique organizational reality and culture to enhance innovation and strategic decision-making.
Roumiana has worked successfully with diverse clients such as Cadbury PLC, Marriott International, BP, Kellogg, Anglo-American, General Dynamics, GEC Ferranti, British Aerospace, and British Nuclear Fuels; the European Commission (IST, e-Content, and Phare programs); government agencies in the US, UK, Austria, Netherlands, Slovenia, Romania, Lithuania, Macedonia, Bulgaria; academia; and SMEs.
A Ron Brown fellow, Roumiana holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, and has completed the post-graduate program in Studies of the Future at the University of Houston. Roumiana is a reviewer for the professional journal Futures and a member of the Association of Professional Futurists and the World Future Society. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Organizational Change at Ashridge Business School. Roumiana splits her time between London and Sofia, Bulgaria.