About Christie



Christie is a management consultant focused on all things transformational. She specializes in partnering with both private and public sector clients to harness the power of authenticity in organizational change.  She operates well in complex service delivery environments across industries such as Financial Services, Insurance, Consumer Goods, and Technology.  Christie has spent her entire 16+ year career working for some of the top consulting firms in the world.

Given her vast experience in consulting, Christie enjoys being a frequent sounding board to dozens of mentees and has protégées doing great things all around the world. A boomerang Bostonian, Christie is a passionate coffee drinking futurist while blogging regularly on a number of different websites.

She is also author of The MECE Muse: 100+ selected practices, unwritten rules, and habits of great consultants, being published in 2017.

As a certified project manager and facilitator,  Christie has earned a B.S. in marketing & computer science from Bentley University, an M.S. in organizational leadership at Mercy College, and have recently completed relevant human capital and HR trends coursework from Columbia University.

She is also a reformed perfectionist, recovering workaholic, and political junkie.

When Christie is not consulting, writing, mentoring, or public speaking, you can find her reading business books, talking politics, or indulging in an unhealthy, addictive quest for the perfect pair of high heels and pearls.





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What am I doing now
September 2017:  "After a very successful podcast show launch in July, I am currently putting the finishing touches on my book and getting ready for the next phase of my pre-launch activities, including more press runs and speaking engagements."

The views reflected on this blog are the views of the author Christie Lindor and do not necessarily reflect the views of the global EY organization or its member firms.

All photos used on this blog are free for commercial use and public domain images.  Photo credits are Pixabay Image, Flickr Creative Commons, and  Free for commercial use.