Lindi Tardif is an author, technology start-up founder, member of boards, and an international tax lawyer with more than two decades of extensive experience in the corporate world with blue chip companies.
Armed with her relentless drive to succeed, Lindi’s diverse career has led her across the globe, from Johannesburg and London to Boston and Seattle. Just as she did in her memoir, Daughter of Apartheid, in her debut novel, Rookie, Lindi draws on her personal and community experiences in the U.S. and abroad to convey powerful messages about contemporary social issues and discrimination.
Lindi earned a Master of Laws in taxation degree from Boston University, as well as a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws, and a Master of Laws in taxation from Wits University. Born and raised under apartheid in Soweto, South Africa, Lindi currently lives on Mercer Island, Washington, with her kids.