She initiates projects, motivates people, brings the right creatives and progressive minds together and makes things happen. With her experience, empathy and joy for communication – she is an authentic expert in making yourself being heard.
Uleshka is involved in RESONANZ, a platform that connects Berlin’s creative and tech scene to Japan. She also works on Inaka House: how to turn an abandoned farm house in the south of Japan into a meeting hub for the international creative diaspora from Tokyo? How can people like Ivan Poupyrev, Jan Chipchase, Younghee Jung, Paul Baron or Michaela Vieser meet up in Japan again with their families and, while on vacation, take part in an inspiring symposium that fuels Japan?
Uleshka is native in English and German, speaks Japanese on a qualified Izakaya Level and a bit of French. So – she is looking forward to hear from you.
Brings fresh ideas to your table. She loves to set up on- and offline spaces where she builds ephemeral or sustainable communities: to connect, invent formats, share insights and to create some magic. Uleshka connects the right minds and hearts from her delicious international network – if you can get her for your project.
Knows about community curation, team composition, idea editing. Basically: how to select wisely, intuitively and relevant out of a big pile of something (images, people, texts, presentations, ideas) and compose an excellent new form. Concept focus, motivation and execution.
Book author, chief-editor and design journalist. Clears and writes up your concept, book intro or speech. Uleshka also edits any cryptic long text (e.g. a company philosophy) and turns it into a short and easy, sexy text.
Moderation of a panel, interviews, presentations, workshops. Uleshka loves to talk to and with people: on a stage or next to each other. She also gives talks about The Process of Editing, Authenticity, New Thinking and Media-Formats, The Diaspora of Japan’s Creatives and What Any Women’s Network Needs.