Olga Ivanovna was born in a camp located on the Vynga River in a family of the Rynkovs – hereditary hunters and reindeer herders. She graduated from the 4th grade of the school. Olga Ivanovna for a long time lived with her children in a camp. Then, after the death of her mother, she moved to Lyantor. Olga Ivanovna worked in housing and communal services institutions, helped to create museum expositions in the Lyantor Khanty Ethnographic Museum.
After retirement Olga Ivanovna became actively involved in the development of the folk ensemble "Pimochka". This was where her talent as a skilled storyteller came in handy. Since, Olga Ivanovna considers the art of versification in her native language to be her main objective, creating epic works for the participants of the folklore group.