In her previous career as an academic, Christine developed her speaking skills, both at the classroom lectern and during conference presentations. Since leaving academia and forging a career in social media, entrepreneurship, design, and lifestyle editing, she has been a sought after speaker and moderator. Christine has spoken and moderated at conferences such as the Massachusetts Conference for Women, BlogHer, Altitude Summit, BlissDom, Pivot Boston, Type A Parent, and Mom 2.0 Summit as well as for parenting groups and global brands such as PayPal and DSM Nutritional Products.

Christine is available to speak on a variety of topics, including but not limited to: entrepreneurship, career evaluation, career leaps, lifestyle editing, wellness, parenting, community building, and social media.

I was impressed with Christine’s ability to share her insights with the audience in such a natural and conversational manner. She was really able to connect with the group, particularly during the question and answer session, and I was fascinated with how quickly she related audience questions to concepts in her book.
— Edward Doherty, March of Dimes
Christine’s “do less” life strategy was life-altering for me to hear. As a woman and entrepreneur, the popular method for living life seems to be go, go, go. Christine forces you to slow down, assess your life in a mindful manner and make simple adjustments that will clear your headspace — and your schedule.
— Erin Loechner, author of Chasing Slow
Christine presents with ease and plenty of warm laughter, an engaging and thoughtful speaker. The beauty of Christine’s counsel is that whilst probably the most intelligent person in the room at any given time, her wisdom is real, grounded, and doable. I came away with actionable ideas and tons of useful inspiration.
— Chrysula Winegar,
As a guy who tackles way too many things because he cannot bear to ignore the ‘what if’ that comes with every opportunity, Christine made me realize that doing less does not necessarily mean I’m missing out on something. In fact, choosing to do less is itself an opportunity to focus on all that is truly important to you.
— Jim Lin, Vice President of Digital Strategy, Ketchum
Christine moderating a panel on vaccines; photo by Mom 2.0 Summit

Christine moderating a panel on vaccines; photo by Mom 2.0 Summit