Christina Holloway is an executive and leadership development coach, speaker, and contributor to publications such as The Huffington Post, Fast Company, and Addicted2Success. She brings 20+ years experience working with ambitious clients, and is the creator of the Next Level Leader Framework, a results-driven system for people ready to break through to the next level in their career or business.
As the founder of a small independent consulting company, Christina Holloway spent the last 15 years working with large multi-national businesses in the areas of strategy, management, marketing and operations. She now leverages that experience to work with executives and emerging leaders who want to improve their image and cultivate their skills in leadership.
As an executive coach, Christina Holloway consults and speaks for a wide range of clients, such as Fortune 500 companies, universities, non-profit organizations and corporate boards, including a featured speaker slot at Yale University’s Women in Management Forum. She currently serves on the board of directors for Connections for Abused Women and their Children (CAWC), a non-profit organization dedicated to awareness and prevention of domestic violence. For more information about Christina’s giving program, click here.
Christina Holloway received her undergraduate degree in business from Augustana College and a Master of Liberal Arts from the University of Chicago. She also completed the Chicago Management Institute, a six-month intensive certification program offered by the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. She is professionally certified through the Center for Executive Coaching and is affiliated with Lee Hecht Harrison as a business and executive coach.
For more information about Christina Holloway and her executive and leadership development coaching, please contact her today!