Olga’s clients frequently grapple with how to navigate change and difference in a complex global environment. She is naturally drawn to these questions because she has lived them. She was born in the former Soviet Union to Chinese parents, grew up and was educated in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), came to the U.S. for graduate school after the beginning of Glasnost, and has worked for two decades in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Her goal as a coach is to empower her clients with the structure and the tools to thrive in complex environments.
Olga has coached individual leaders all over the world, from managers to C-level executives, and has a specialty in working with multicultural teams within organizations.
Her clients have included the World Bank Group, United Nations Foundation, Deutsche Telekom, and Bankgeselschaft Berlin. She has worked with clients in English, German and Russian.
Prior to entering into coaching and cross- cultural development, Olga worked in a variety of economic analysis positions at the International Monetary Fund and Creditanstalt International Advisers.
She holds a BA in Economics and Cultural Anthropology from the Leningrad State University and an MBA in International Business and Finance from the George Washington University. She has served as an instructor at the International Coach Academy.
Olga has lived all over the world and currently resides in New York City.
BA | Leningrad State University
MBA | George Washington University
The Coaches Training Institute
Hogan Assessments (HPI, HDS, MVPI)
CCL 360º Assessment
Immunity to Change® Facilitator
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
United Nations Foundation, Lufthansa Technik/Vostok, Deutsche Telekom, Fresenius Kabi Group, UNIDO, ILO
Life! Travel with her grown children.