Alvina Olivier

Alvina Olivier

Assistant Account Manager

Alvina Olivier is an Assistant Account Manager at HKA with a diverse, international background that includes communications and political science. Alvina supports a variety of agency accounts by planning and executing social media campaigns, managing traditional media relations efforts and applying a wide variety of public relations and marketing strategies to help clients elevate their brand and communicate their brand promise.

Prior to joining HKA, Alvina was a PR Consultant at a Swiss agency specializing in financial communications and investor relations. While working in Switzerland, she supported some of the most recognized names in European banking.

A French native, Alvina graduated top of her class from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Lyon with a master’s in communications. Through a partnership with the University of California, she studied one year as an undergraduate student at UC Riverside and her final year as a graduate student at UC Santa Barbara.


Fantasy occupation
Museum curator.

A movie that never gets old
The Royal Tennenbaums.

Weekends were made for
Spending time with friends and family, going camping and hiking, visiting museums and reading novels.

On my college dorm wall
Reproductions of Amedeo Modigliani and Caspar Friedrich. Photo collages of family and friends.

Prized possessions
Happy memories and photos.

A song I don’t mind getting stuck in my head
Landslide by Fleetwood Mac.

Give me an extra scoop of
Tzatziki and guacamole.

I would be a good game show contestant on
Who wants to be a millionaire.

Guilty TV pleasure
Life on Mars, Grace and Frankie, New Girls, Midsomer Murders, Frasier.

I’m a fan of
Renaissance paintings, anything written by Ian Rankin and Andrea Camilleri, RadioLab.

I’m inspired by
To name just a few: feminists Simone de Beauvoir, Malala Yousafzai and Simone Veil, adventurer and explorer Ella Maillart, French WWII resistant Jean Moulin and Lucie Aubrac.

What I want to read inside a fortune cookie
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.– Antoine de Saint Exupéry.