Roksana is an Artist in Residence for Fabergé. She creates artistic interpretations of Fabergé eggs and the iconic brand’s designs by applying her signature style: photography printed on aluminium with ethical diamonds and technology. Since 2017 she has also collaborated with legendary photographer Terry O’Neill. Her art has been exhibited internationally and sold at auction houses Sotheby’s, Phillips and Bloomsbury Auctions.
Roksana transitioned into “portfolio life” with the founding of PossibleX - collaborative platform, a nexus of ideas, concepts and people by fusing art, finance and technology to bring about outcomes that shape a better tomorrow.
Prior to her "portfolio career", her work spanned two decades at leading financial institutions including Bank Pekao, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Edmond de Rothschild and EBRD in London. She last served as Vice President of the Management Board of Bank Peako S.A. in Poland and President of Peako International.
Roksana also serves as Advisory Board member for the Technical University of Gdansk, is a guest lecturer at Stanford University and a frequent speaker at a plethora of recognised events globally. In 2014 the World Economic Forum named Roksana a Young Global Leader.
Roksana is deeply passionate about advancing the state of British Polish relations. She is co-founder and has served as a President of Polish City Club under the honorary auspices of the Polish Ambassador to the UK and Embassy of Poland in London.
She also produced the critically-acclaimed short film, Battle for Britain (2011), which highlighted the role of Polish pilots during the Second World War. In 2008 Roksana received the prestigious Newsweek Polska award in recognition of her efforts to strengthen British-Polish relations.
Roksana is a CFA Charterholder and holds a Masters and Engineering degrees in Management and Economics from the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland. Roksana has completed numerous executive courses at Harvard, Stanford, Oxford and Singularity Universities. In addition, she has studied art and photography at Emily Carr Insitute in Vancouver, Canada.