Aleksandra OśkoCross-Cultural Trainer and Coach
The main field of her expertise is relocation & cross – cultural training. She works in the field with adults, youth and kids. Aleksandra has wide experience in delivering trainings and workshops for the participants of different business backgrounds (managers, executives, teachers, volunteers) and from different sectors: business, non-governmental organizations and public institutions.
She cooperates as a freelance trainer with global relocation companies. She also runs coaching processes supporting international transitions and intercultural cooperation: individual and group processes. She delivers trainings in Polish, English and French.
Aleksandra has a degree in International Business Management at Warsaw School of Economics and she completed post-graduate studies in Culture Marketing at the University of Warsaw.
She has completed a Training of Intercultural Trainers in Jena (TOITII), one year professional course for Business Trainers at GT Mentor in Krakow, Professional Business Coaching Course at Pracownia Coachingu Novo as well as Group & Team Coaching School. She also completed training for Relocation Trainers for adults and for Youth Relocation Trainers. She is a licenced facilitator of Cultural Detective®.
In her professional career Aleksandra worked in HR department in the FMCG industry and she worked in an international training company where she was coordinating training projects.
Aleksandra is the President of the “Swiat na Wyciagnięcie Reki” Foundation, where she designs, coordinates and delivers projects in intercultural education and integration of migrants in Poland. She was coordinating Warsaw chapter of the international project Brave Kids (2013-2018).
Aleksandra is a member of SIETAR Poland (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research). Within SIETAR, she was for several years leading the local Warsaw group. Aleksandra was involved in the projects of the training group in SIETAR.
She is a member of Families in Global Transition 2016/2017 and International Women’s Group 2017/2018.