For a decade, Christina Winters has helped men and women gain clarity about what they truly enjoy and excel at and set goals to achieve a life that encompasses both. In 2012, she formalized her life purpose at New York University with a Certificate in Executive & Personal Coaching. Ensuing she launched her practice, FlowCoach. Since then she has empowered emerging professionals, as well as athletes, expatriates, artists, and singles to learn to trust their instincts in order to achieve fulfillment in both their personal and professional lives.
Graduating from Middlebury College, Christina set out around the world to work in places like Alaska, India, and China. The language and interpersonal skills she developed informs her practice everyday. In 2002, she resigned as the Exclusive Leasing & Marketing Manager of CB Richard Ellis’s development in Pudong to pursue an MFA at the University of Arizona. Upon graduating, she taught as an Adjunct Professor at Siena College and the City University of New York.
Combining her experiences, in 2006 she helped launch a non-profit that provides eco-friendly sanitary pads to schoolgirls in East Africa. Serendipitously, the same year, she was hired by an ultra high net-worth family office where she climbed the ranks from Personal & Executive Assistant to Research & Trading Analyst, eventually managing the family’s foundation and starting up an internship program for underprivileged, talented youths.
Today, Christina serves on the board of ZanaAfrica. As former captain of her college team, she enjoys swimming. In her spare time, she also surfs and skis. Christina lives in Manhattan with her husband.