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Director of External Relations, Marketing & Online Education |  oxana@jung.org 

While living in Russia, Oxana taught English, studied German and Chinese, and translated numerous negotiations and workshops led by European and American psychotherapists and experts in international development. After moving, first to Germany and then to Washington, DC, Oxana learned to make videos and created the Microfinance Podcast, a video library featuring the work of microfinance institutions around the world. She also helped globally mobile professionals deal with challenges of relocation and career change. After graduating from a two-year training program at the Hendricks Institute as a Leadership and Transformation coach, Oxana opened her private coaching practice and co-authored a book-journal, Shake It Up – Refresh and Rediscover Yourself through Wonder and Body-Mind

Oxana discovered the JSW through the work of James Hollis. She joined the Society in 2014 as a volunteer for social media and video projects and became a Board and staff member in 2017. She was also a student of the Jungian Studies Reading Seminar for four years. In 2019 Oxana produced the Society’s first online  Jung Masterclass course and launched the program through an online learning platform.  

Oxana values beauty, depth, wonder and co-creativity. She loves writing and organizing things. Oxana grew up in the Siberian part of Russia, she also lived in Moscow, Germany and now lives with her family in Washington, D.C.


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