The Wonder Years
Christine was born in Hollywood, California. At the age of 4, she moved to Saudi Arabia with her family for her father’s engineering job. She lived there for a total of 9 years. As a result, she had the privilege of traveling the world: from the clear waters of Greece to the tall mountains in Austria, from the colorful Thailand to the majestic Peru. Countless experiences taught Christine about the similarities of people regardless of their location in the world.
At the age of 9 she briefly lived in Austin, Texas for 2 years which reminded her that her home country was just as colorful as the rest of the world. By the time she was about to start 8th grade, she moved back to her home base in Pasadena, CA.
Christine attended The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD at the age of 18, graduating with a B.S. in the #1 Biomedical Engineering program in the world with a concentration in Materials Science. Aside from the rigorous academic program, she represented her university as a varsity Cross Country runner throughout her entire college experience as well as sang in one of the many a cappella groups. Christine also studied and composed music, studied dancing, and continues to sing, play piano, and dance to this day.
Prior Job Experiences
Christine’s first job after graduating was in corporate sales at a major office supply company. She quickly became recognized as an outstanding asset, earning awards for her performance. Missing the challenge that engineering brought to her, she got a job in Project Management with the #1 Energy and Resources Consulting Company in the world. Again, she quickly became recognized for her performance and received many awards for managing large groups of people on multi-billion dollar projects.
How She Became a Revelation Coach
Christine always enjoyed academics, and for that reason followed her early academic and professional life in the way she did. What she failed to see until later in life was that she had been most passionate about people and helping them. One day, while sitting at her Project Management job, Christine realized that her six figure salary and who she was did not make her happy. Her passion was to help people, so she sought out a coach, John P. Morgan, to help her find out how she could do that. Together they discovered that her path was to help people as a coach and she began her journey into the coaching world under his mentorship in June 2013. Throughout her life, Christine studied and gathered data on topics such as relationships, human interaction, human motivation, public speaking, psychology, self help, and group psychology. In fact, that is what helped her be so successful in her earlier stints in sales and project management. In less than one year as a full-time Revelation Coach, Christine was able to become one of the most unique and powerful coaches of today. Right after she hit her two-year mark, she received the honor of winning a Thumbtack BEST OF 2015 award.
Christine lives in Glendora, California and coaches people all over the world and from all different walks of life. She has coached CEOs, Vice Presidents, multi-million dollar realtors, actors, stay-at-home moms/dads, administrative assistants, students, lawyers, and medal-winning Olympians. These people are located in North America, Asia, and Europe. Whether their coaching needs are in the ever-confusing realm of love, or the equally-as-confusing realm of trying to find your passion or learning how to LIVE it, Christine helps people to live their dream lives. Revelations are a constant thing in her coaching; but those revelations are only reached by her clients’ hard work and courage. She also speaks in various venues, the most notable of which took place at The Johns Hopkins University in April 2014 in Baltimore, MD.
Christine is truly living her dream life. When she isn’t coaching, Christine likes to go on walks with her husband, her daughter, and her two K9 babies. She also loves playing soccer and is currently fulfilling another passion of studying Architecture and Interior Design at UCLA. Also, the 8th season of Game of Thrones can’t come soon enough!