Olga V. Mack is the CEO of Parley Pro.
Olga V. Mack is the CEO of Parley Pro, a next-generation contract management company that has pioneered online negotiation technology. Olga focuses on improving and shaping the future of law, having led from the front lines for decades as an award-winning general counsel, operations professional, startup advisor, public speaker, adjunct professor, and entrepreneur.
Leaders from multiple industries value Olga’s in-depth analytical work on the impact of disruptive technologies such as blockchain, AI, and smart contracts. Her ability to demonstrate how the legal profession will emerge stronger, more resilient, and more inclusive than ever, and the trust her work inspires, encourages others to embrace legal innovation with confidence.
Olga’s skills and enthusiasm for working with cutting-edge technology led her to previously serve as Vice President of Strategy at Quantstamp, the first decentralized security auditing blockchain platform. She currently serves as an advisory board director at Quantstamp as well as Phylos, ChannelMeter, and Lovelyloot, in addition to serving on numerous boards.
Thriving at the forefront of technological innovation and committed to helping others turn knowledge into action, Olga co-authored Fundamentals of Smart Contract Security and authoring Blockchain Business Models. As a popular speaker, she connects with groups of all sizes, industries, and disciplines. Recent engagements include speaking at TEDxSanFrancisco about the impact potential of blockchain and smart contracts and at SXSW about blockchain business models.
Olga is also an outspoken advocate for professional women, co-founding SunLaw, an organization that prepares women in-house attorneys to become general counsels and legal leaders, and WISE, which helps female law firm partners become rainmakers. She also founded the Women Serve on Boards movement that advocates for women to participate on corporate boards of Fortune 500 companies, motivating over a dozen Fortune 500 companies to recruit their first women directors. In 2019, she authored Get on Board: Earning Your Ticket to a Corporate Board Seat to help demystify effective board service for all.