Anastasiia OliinykRealtor Associate
A true people person with a thoughtful demeanor and a strong sense of personal responsibility, Anastasiia Popova is a self-motivated real estate professional with a unique perspective on customer service. Formerly a Human Resources Manager, Anastasiia believes that making an effort to fully understand people creates amazing opportunities within the real estate field. This is a fascinating field that allows you to meet and work with different types of people, nationalities, cultures, origins, and more... embracing those characteristics as part of your professional approach can lead to growth, leadership, freedom, and a positive future, she explains. She also believes that applying these principles and leading by example can enhance the real estate experience for all involved.
Unsurprisingly, Anastasiia is passionate when it comes to working ethic, self-education, and professional improvement... and it can be seen in the way she flawlessly handles residential properties throughout the South Florida area. A Miami resident, she adds her own personal insight to extensive research and market analysis throughout Dade and Broward. As well, Anastasiia provides broad expertise in working with international audiences to her work. Prior to living in Miami, she lived and worked in New York City. She has also studied in Austria as well as in Ukraine, where she was born and grew up. A prolific traveler, Anastasiia has also visited Poland, Hungary, Chech Republic, Lithuania, Germany, France, Monaco, and Italy.
Among her many accomplishments, Anastasiia holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis on management, and also an ESL Endorsement Certificate from Campbellsville University in Kentucky. She also holds a Master's Degree in Translation Studies (English Ukrainian) and Linguistics from Ternopil Pedagogical University in Ukraine. During her time in school, she was also listed among the Who's Who of Students in American Colleges/Universities and was a member of the Alpha Chi Honor Society.
In her personal life, Anastasiia hopes to open a charity organization for orphans and low-income families and children in Ukraine to provide assistance and grants for post-secondary education. She also says she guides her life by the words of William Arthur Ward: Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind. Do more than forgive: forget. Do more than dream: work.
Anastasiia is fluent in English, Russian, and Ukrainian.