About Kris Safarova

We believe in the power of logic, reason and a compelling narrative to teach our clients to solve mankind’s toughest problems.

Kris, as executive producer and CEO, works with eminent leaders, such as BCG and McKinsey ex-partners, to curate and distill their ideas through books, videos, documentaries, apps, podcasts and other bespoke programming streamed 24/7 in >150 countries that teach our clients to solve mankind’s toughest problems. From restructuring a national power utility to building an electric car start-up to building the innovation division at a global professional services firm to building profitable banking products for the unbanked, and more. Motivated and armed with our detailed content and focus on ethical leadership, our clients are tackling problems that matter to the world.

Kris holds the unique distinction of being hired as a business analyst at a major international consulting firm, at age 26, despite not possessing a university degree at that time. She was thereafter promoted twice within 17 months of joining the firm. She led strategy studies in Europe and Africa where she presented to CEOs, boards and billionaires. After consulting, Kris completed a BComm from UNISA, cum laude, and a Richard Ivey MBA, with Distinction, where she was founder and editor of the Public Sector Review. Kris thereafter became a banker on Toronto’s Bay Street where she was promoted within six months of being hired and eventually left as a Director within the corporate finance division.

Kris served as a master classical concert pianist and a music ambassador of the Russian Federation touring in Europe. She wrote and recorded a pop single in Russia and holds a diploma in classical piano from DG Shatalov State Musical College.

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