Between 2013 and 2015 Tandi was the Research Manager for the $7 million Digital R&D Fund for the Arts based at Nesta in London, where she advised on 52 year-long collaborative experiments to test how technology can shape exciting new products and services in the arts.
And before that Tandi spent seven years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she learned how to love numbers and work hard to deliver value to clients. Whilst working in their Economics and Policy team she had the honour and challenge of working with a remote Indigenous community on an economic development plan, advising Sydney Ferries on investment in their iconic fleet, and exploring the value and impact of the World Cup on the Australian community.
Tandi has delivered keynote addresses at events like Digital Disruptions, presented to the European Commission and appeared on panels to discuss technology trends, creative data practices and digital distribution. She also writes for Arts Professional, Museums Journal, the Arts Marketing Journal and Native.
As well as being a Chartered Accountant and QPR, Tandi sits on the Committee of the Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group, and the Register of Independent Assessors for the Ministry of the Arts. She was recently selected for the 2016 Arts Leaders Program.