Christine has spent her career making an impact across sectors. She has consulted for and worked with clients spanning the social, private, and public sectors, as well as double bottom-line companies. Past work includes impact measurement and reporting, technology implementation for social good, inter-sector and cross-sector partnership development and strengthening, and proposing and helping implement cultural and operational improvements for more effective cross-functional communication and collaboration. She has also developed and co-led an Executive Education workshop on Corporate Philanthropy at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, in partnership with the Center for Social Sector Leadership. She is skilled at process development and implementation, quantitative analysis and revenue and market size growth forecasting, impact measurement, and data gathering through surveys, interviews, and focus groups to guide recommendations and inform decision making. Christine earned her Bachelor of Science in Business from University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, and her MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
Hidden Talent: Learning the Japanese word for various sushi-related terms
Favorite Word: Gemütlichkeit – This German word encapsulates the feeling of coziness; it’s the whole experience and feeling that you have of being physically warm, but also metaphorically feeling warm inside your heart. I don’t speak German, but I think the fact that the German language has a word to describe this feeling is wonderful.
I’m Inspired By: People who follow their passions
Super Power I’d Like To Have: Flying…or teletransport!