Roksana Ciurysek-Gedir

Founder, PossibleX

Roksana Ciurysek-Gedir is a Board member, artist, and seasoned financier, renowned for her commitment to impact investing and pioneering innovations.

Currently, she serves as the Chairwoman of the Advisory Board at Therme Art and as Managing Director at Therme Group - the world leader in the wellbeing infrastructure. She is the founder of Possible X that connect Technology, Finance and Art for good.

With a 20-year career in banking, Roksana has held senior roles at international institutions including Credit Suisse, Edmond de Rothschild, Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Notably, from 2018 to 2020, she was the Vice-President and Deputy CEO of Bank Pekao, Poland’s largest bank and in 2020 President of Pekao International.

At Possible X, she harnesses creativity, art, and technology to disrupt the conventional, inspire innovation, and redefine the future of global enterprises.

Roksana launched Impact Art movement during COP26 supported by Singularity University with recycled stainless steel sculpture Aurea and continues fusing art and technology towards SDGs. She is on the Board of Super Blue, most important experiential art gallery based in Miami.

In the realm of film, she produced "Battle for Britain," a short film depicting the valor of Polish pilots during the Battle of Britain, featuring Julian Glover. She is also an Executive Producer for Oliver Stone’s documentary, "Nuclear Now," which aims to demystify nuclear power as the only available at scale reliable green energy and one of the key solutions towards climate change.

As an international speaker, Roksana has lectured at Stanford University, CFA Institute, Milken Institute, World Economic Forum.

She was recognized in 2014 as a ‘Young Global Leader’ by the World Economic Forum. She is YPO member, CFA Charterholder with Engineering and Masters degrees in Management and Economics and mother of two sons.

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