After the start of Sandra Hendl at the beginning of April, we also welcome Karyna Gornishevska to the trbo family. She joins us as Client Success Manager with immediate effect.
Already during her first visit in 2014, Karyna fell in love with the city of Munich. With her goal of settling down in Germany firmly in mind, she then moved to the Bavarian metropolis ten months later. Always open to new opportunities and challenges, Karyna discovered the new culture and language. Currently she is also writing two master’s theses – one in psychology and one for her MBA. Karyna was born in Armenia and grew up in Ukraine. She studied there and acquired multicultural knowledge with excellent communication skills. She will now be able to use this knowledge at trbo. Especially in the sectors of (key) account management, sales and business development, she brings well-founded experience. In the past she worked for companies like SGS, SFC Energy AG, NB12 GmbH and extended her know-how there.
In her free time Karyna is an extremely active and communicative person. She loves playing the flute and singing, learns tennis and enjoys going to concerts. Karyna is also a linguistic master. In addition to the five languages she has already learned, she will study two more. At home, her cats are a very important part of her life. She has a certificate as an officially registered breeder of Burmese cats. And just as characteristic as these oriental cats are, so is Karyna: intelligent, curious and spirited – just right to become a real trbo.
“The journey is the reward.I firmly believe that the journey is just as important as actually reaching one’s destination. So I am very excited to start my journey with the client success team for trbo’s success!”
For Karyna, in addition to her hobbies, family plays an important role in life. The outbreak of war in Ukraine, where her parents, brother and friends live, hits her very hard. But she immediately had an idea for that, too, and together with her friends she founded the non-profit organization Bless Ukraine. It actively helps in the evacuation of children from war zones, procuring medicines and providing other humanitarian needs such as emergency equipment and food.