Photo credit: Harvard Business School

Photo credit: Harvard Business School

Christina Wallace is the founding Program Director of BridgeUp: Science, a new educational initiative at the American Museum of Natural History focused on Girls in STEM. It is in partnership with the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation and a sister to the New York Public Library BridgeUp program focused on reducing urban poverty, also funded by the Foundation.

Previously Christina was the Vice President for Brand Marketing and Communications and the founding Director of the New York campus for Startup Institute, the founding CEO of venture-backed fashion company Quincy Apparel, a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group, and an arts manager at the Metropolitan Opera. She holds undergraduate degrees in mathematics and theater studies from Emory University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Originally from Lansing, Michigan, Christina enjoys writing, choral singing, long-distance running, and solo travel. She is a mentor with Coolhouse Labs, a startup accelerator based in Northern Michigan, and the Fashion Tech Lab, a new startup incubator in New York City. With a life-long love of music, she is pleased to sit on the Alumni Board of Interlochen Center for the Arts