Christine is a Montreal-based social entrepreneur, CEO of E-180, which turns events, organisations and communities into peer-learning hubs through braindates: one-on-one & face-to-face knowledge-sharing conversations. Before creating E-180, Christine graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education as a Knox Fellow, focusing on informal learning, and worked was a Podcast producer for New York-based Learning Matters.
Christine was recognized in 2016 by Startup Canada as the Female Entrepreneur of the Year (Quebec). She is a contributing author to the book Knowmads Society and has shared her groundbreaking work on collaborative learning as a speaker in conferences such as SXSW & SXSWedu, C2 Montreal, Tech Open Air, and #140edu in New York. She is an advisor for multiple emerging tech or social enterprises, and co-founded the MOntreal Chapter of Technovation Challenge, which guide young girls through the creation of their first mobile app, addressing a challenge in their community. She also calls herself a triathlete even though frankly, she can't run for her life.