My official, fancy-pants bio:
Kristine Oller is a master at strategic planning, group coaching, and personal organization. Her specialty? Helping you revitalize your focus, function, and flow so that you can work with ease without losing your edge.
Leading by example, her mission is to empower others to bet on themselves – and to help them win that bet. Her clients include Oscar nominees, professional athletes, business owners, award-winning experts, executives, published authors, performers, voice over artists (and a wide variety of up-and-comers), ranging in age from their 20’s to 70’s.
Author of the book, Feeding Your Focus: How Creative People Can Move Forward Faster And Achieve Sustained Success, Kristine has served as a monthly columnist for two national publications and has been invited and hired to share her expertise with a wide range of institutions and organizations including: Harvard/ART, Caltech, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Women in Film, the International Radio Creative and Production Summit, and the City of Glendale.
Every single month for the past 17 years, Kristine has lead multiple, ongoing mastermind groups – in person and online. Under her guidance, hundreds of people have shifted to their next levels of success.
Before she retired from her 15-year career as a professional organizer, Kristine appeared on DIY Crafts on Scripps’ Do-It-Yourself Network and on Before and After’noon Movies on the USA Network. As a Golden Circle Member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, she served on the board of the Los Angeles Chapter of NAPO. Kristine received the 1999 Membership Award from The Actors’ Network, the Volunteer of the Year Award at the 2007 Los Angeles Organizing Awards, and the 2009 Alumni Service Award from her alma mater, Linfield College in Oregon. She has been twice nominated for the Best Organizing Coach and Mentor Award at the Los Angeles Organizing Awards. (Who won instead of her? Both of her mentors. Which seems about right.)