Krisztina Olah has lived in Budapest, Hungary since 2004. She has two master's degrees, one in economics and one in business communication. She is close to finishing her DTL dissertation, which focuses on ethical business decisions among Hungarian Christian leaders. Krisztina has been working for Hungarian and international companies and organizations in different roles as marketing and communication professional in Hungary, Germany, and the U.S. In recent times, her professional work focuses on digital communication, where she creates and maintains websites, social media platforms, and email campaigns.
Krisztina became a Christian as a teenager. She serves as an elder in the Gazdagrét Reformed Church (www.gref.hu). She is a leader of the women's group in her congregation, and she worked and volunteered for leadership ministries such as the GLS (Global Leadership Summit - www.etikusvezetes.hu) Hungary and KEVE (Christian Leaders' Society - www.keve.org). Krisztina's vision is to recognize more and more business people and organization leaders in Hungary as followers of Christ. She believes that transformation of the country can only be initiated by people who are transformed by God.
Krisztina is not originally a city-type person. Although she enjoys programs and community provided by Budapest, her heart is in the countryside where she is originally from. During COVID, she's been working from home and she shares her time between the city and her countryside home at the lake Balaton.