Olga is a tech-entrepreneur, a bookworm, and an addict of online courses. Olga started her career as a software engineer in the IDF's 8200 unit. Since then she has worked in several startups and founded an educational technology company. Olga also co-founded the Google Developer Group for Women in Israel, encouraging women’s excellence in the world of hi-tech. As part of this activity she managed a startup accelerator for women in Tel Aviv. In addition, she started an Israeli Hack-for-Good initiative, where software engineers, designers, and other professionals helped nonprofits improve their websites, apps, and marketing materials. She is currently an M.B.A. candidate at the Harvard Business School, where she acts as her section's educational representative, encouraging academic excellence and facilitating open communication with faculty and support staff. She is also an active member of the Jewish Students Association, Women’s Student Association, and the tech and entrepreneurship clubs. Prior to HBS, Olga worked as a software engineering team leader at Fundbox, helping small business owners gain access to capital. Olga is an avid traveler and loves learning languages, she is very passionate about meeting new people and being exposed to different cultures. She speaks fluent Hebrew, Russian, and English, has a good level of Spanish, and her French is gradually improving. Her warmth and welcoming-ness are contagious. Most of all, Olga uses her love of tech, education, and meeting new people to connect and grow relationships with other entrepreneurs and dreamers around the world, from Morocco to Australia.