Barbara Stcherbatcheff possesses exceptional academic training and a noteworthy background in finance. Barbara Stcherbatcheff left Woodstock, Illinois, to study economics and music at Colgate University in New York. Immediately following her graduation from Colgate, Barbara Stcherbatcheff attended the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, where she completed the Summer Business Bridge Program. In 2004, Barbara Stcherbatcheff traveled to London and began her career in finance working in client services for an international investment bank. Barbara Stcherbatcheff left banking to pursue a career as a professional writer. Her book, Confessions of a City Girl, recounts her experiences in the world of finance through a fictionalized narrative. Published in 2009 by Virgin Books, Barbara Stcherbatcheff's Confessions of a City Girl has been a qualified success and was listed by The Sunday Times as a bestseller.
Running, tennis, piano. Ran the London Marathon in 3 hours, 47 minutes in April 2010.