Christine is the Founder of Kintsugi Companions and a certified Counsellor. Her past experience includes the role of Executive Director of a Singapore-based not-for-profit organisation. During her time there, she was instrumental in re-structuring and re-branding the organisation. She began her career as a Change Management Consultant in the 1990s for close to 10 years at Accenture. Thereafter she continued to pursue a marketing profession and established and managed several of her own businesses in the areas of branding and communication. Christine graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor in Business Administration in Marketing. Following that, she completed her Master of Arts in International Relations at Baylor University. She completed her post-graduate Diploma in Counselling with the University of Wales and Master of Arts in Counselling with TCA (Theological Centre for Asia) College, Singapore. Christine is fluent in English and Malay.
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