Olga Kudinenko

Founder, charity fund Tabletochki

Ukraine

Olga is a founder of charity fund Tabletochki located in Kyiv, Ukraine. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla academy” and successfully completed a certification in communication at the same institution. Also, Olga attended a “Responsible Leadership” program at the Aspen Institute Kyiv and a Practicum for Directors at the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo.

Olga has a proven track record of over seven years of public relations management in the corporate domain. She curated education fairs at QS Company in London and led national charitable projects at Victor Pinchuk Foundation. Her involvement in the nonprofit grew in 2011 when she became a volunteer in the oncology department of the Okhmatdyt hospital. In 2013, Olga started a charitable foundation Tabletochki and now serves as a point of contact for media, manages a CEO, communication, and fundraising specialists, and is responsible for the organization’s strategic development and partnership with donors.

Due to Olga’s dedication and commitment to charity in Ukraine, she was named one of the “TOP 100 women of power” by Focus magazine, “100 successful women” and “TOP 100 people of power” by Novoe Vremya magazine, and included in “30 by 30” by Forbes magazine.

She has a strategy of establishing a children cancer hospital with a multidisciplinary team of doctors. The hospital will receive both state and donor-funding and offer holistic treatment and rehabilitation programs. Olga is committed to increasing the number of children cancer curable cases by 90% by powering friendly medical treatment environment and granting access to modern fully-equipped facilities.

 

Olga was selected to be part of the 2020 FORTUNE-U.S. Department of State Global Women’s Mentoring Program.

Mentor: Maike Stenull, Global Head of Strategy and Business Operations for Global External Innovation, Johnson & Johnson