Oksana Kukurudza, the daughter of Ukrainian refugees, is now the managing director of Accenture in New York, USA. She has written about her story in two anthologies, Going Against The Grain, and Think Limitlessly and is now writing a narrative non-fiction, "Sunflowers Bend but Rarely Break".
In it, she delves into the poignant stories of her family's experiences during World War II and the Cold War era. Oksana explores the hardships faced by her mother, Sofya, and father, Mykhaylo, uncovering historical events often overlooked. With her captivating writing style, she invites readers to understand Ukrainian history and national identity.
Oksana's upcoming book is a testament to the resilience and strength of the Ukrainian people. These days, if you don't see her engaging her followers on social media, you will likely find Oksana strolling around Manhattan in search of new eateries and playgrounds for her young daughter.
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