principal at Armatos: Restructuring Personal Communication
Anna Ostergren successfully coaches business executives on body language, voice and diction, presentation skills and confidence building. Her work in the corporate sector has included corporate finance, leading oil companies and Michelin star restaurants as well as large academic institutions. She also privately coaches market leaders.
Recently, Ostergren has lectured at RBS as part of Women in Banking, Women Unlimited at the BAFTAS and Hoxton Apprentice Professional Women’s Network. Her recent clients include BP, Pictet, ING, VISA, Menzies Accountancy firm, Cloud Pioneer, UEL, HLB International, The Diana Awards, Russell Investments, Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, The Gilbert Scott, Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck in Bray, Pearson College and Ithaca Partners.
Ostergren was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and was educated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and the U.S. until the secondary level. She was awarded her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and drama from London University. She continued her post-graduate training in the LAMDA directors course in 2005.
She has since worked consistently in theater, musicals and operas in both subsidized theater and West End, including Opera North, The Globe Theatre and the Menier Chocolate Factory. She has just finished directing a one-man show at the Etc Theatre and is editing her first TV pilot episode.