Christina finds fulfillment in keeping her clients’ organizations safe from harm. A cybersecurity specialist, she works with a range of companies, including private equity firms and their portfolio companies, to understand risks and take proactive steps to mitigate them – before they can cause significant financial losses, interrupt operations, or affect investment value.
Christina leads our Cybersecurity Advisory for Private Equity (CAPE) program – which provides ongoing visibility into security practices and risks across a firm’s portfolio and helps investors determine where they need to influence changes. She also conducts cybersecurity due diligence for potential acquisitions.
Christina began her career in Accenture’s Technology Consulting Security practice, where she worked on implementing a global identity and access management solution for a global insurance company. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and has attended management courses at the Yale School of Management. In 2022, Christina was named one of Consulting Magazine’s Rising Stars of the Profession and Women Leaders in Technology.
Christina enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. Some of her favorite trips include hiking Angels Landing in Zion National Park and skiing Whistler Blackcomb outside of Vancouver.
Fluent in Ukrainian, Christina is a member of the board of the Ukrainian Youth Camping Organization, a 501c3 organization that serves the Ukrainian scouting community in Chicago.
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