Olga Itsiou is a qualified architect and a member of the Royal Institute of Architects in the UK. Olga started her career in 1998 where she worked for HOK International Ltd in major commercial projects like the design and planning of Deutsche Bank, CISCO and ENRON Offices, as well as The Imperial War Museum, initially as a project architect and later as a project manager.

In 2002, Olga returned to Athens Greece, where she worked as a Consultant and Design Manager at REDS S.A. for the development of ‘SEA Attiki Odos’ and ‘Lofos Edisson’. Later she worked as the Design Manager at ‘IntraDevelopment S.A.’ for the development, design and construction of ‘G.Karaiskakis Stadium’.

In 2005 she joined Dimand as the Technical Director working on a wide range of projects from retail to large scale commercial developments, such as the ‘Shop and Trade’ complex, the ‘Karela Office Park’ (first LEED Gold certified project in Greece) and the new ‘Agemar Headquarters’. One of Olga’s main goals is to promote property development in Greece in the most aesthetically appealing and sustainable way.