Olga Ivannikova is the Founder and Director of Private Goodness
Olga moved to England from Russia in 2005 at the age of 16. After completing 2 degrees in law, with a focus on business and human rights, she has worked for a number of regional and national charities, helping them build impactful relationships with private companies.
In her career Olga has managed corporate responsibility partnerships with over one hundred organisations, including banks such as Goldman Sachs, Barclays, Bank of New York Mellon and major international law firms like Cleary Gottlieb and K&L Gates.
Now Olga is thrilled to offer her expertise to smaller companies and help them do more good and grow sustainably.
Advised companies in legal, recruitment and jewellery sectors.
Delivered training on social responsibility and pro bono to the London School of Business, Nabarro LLP, Paysafe, Goodman Derrick, Kobre & Kim and others
Alongside Sir Blair and Mr Justice Knowles, greeted a Gulf States Delegation in London and spoke about access to justice in the UK at the Royal Courts of Justice.
Won the 'Top Student' Award for Business, Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility at her Masters course at the Open University.
What customers say about Olga
‘She has phenomenal knowledge of CSR and provided us with some great insights.’
‘She has a wonderful combination of total professionalism, incredible knowledge of her field, together with a warmth and humour and ability to deliver what can often be quite dry information in a very human and relatable way - and in a way that inspires and supports action, no matter what level or area of business you are in.’
‘Provides great advice and resources for a more ethical approach and awareness regarding your business.’