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Interior designer

Olga Krag, American interior designer. Recipient Carole Eichen design award University California, 1979. Member invitation and ticket committee California Chamber Symphony Society, 1980-1981; volunteer Westside Republican Council, Proposition 1, 1971; assistant inaugural presentation Museum of Childhood, Los Angeles, 1985. Member American Society Interior Designers, Institute Business Designers, Phi Chi Theta, Beta Sigma Phi.

Background

Krag, Olga was born on November 27, 1937 in St. Louis. Daughter of Jovica Todor and Milka (Slijpecevic) Golubovic.

Education

Associate of Arts, University Missouri, 1958. Certified interior design, University of California at Los Angeles, 1979.

Career

Interior designer William L. Pereira Associates, Los Angeles, 1977-1980. Associate Reel/Grobman Associates, 1980-1981. Project manager Kaneko/Laff Associates, 1982, Stuart Laff Associates, Los Angeles, 1983-1985.

Restaurateur The Edge, St. Louis, 1983-1984. Private practice commercial interior design, Los Angeles, since 1981.

Membership

Member invitation and ticket committee California Chamber Symphony Society, 1980-1981. Volunteer Westside Republican Council, Proposition 1, 1971. Assistant inaugural presentation Museum of Childhood, Los Angeles, 1985.

Member American Society Interior Designers, Institute Business Designers, Phi Chi Theta, Beta Sigma Phi.

Connections

father:
Jovica Todor Golubovic

mother:
Milka (Slijpecevic) Golubovic