Christine Whitney Sanchez has collaborated with leaders across four continents to build the capacity for distributed leadership and strategic collaboration.
Christine has trained hundreds of consultants and change leaders around the world in strength-based approaches for self-organizing in their own communities. She has coordinated many large-scale change events for corporate, government and social sector groups and guided diverse stakeholders as they resolve thorny issues and generate new opportunities to increase the triple bottom line – people, prosperity and the planet.
Christine holds a B.A. from the University of Hawaii and a Master of Counseling from Arizona State University. She has brought strategic collaboration to clients such as KaosPilots Business School in Denmark, American Red Cross, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Northrop Grumman, Motorola, Make-A-Wish Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, the cities of Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, AZ and Aspen, CO, Digital Equipment Corporation, Arizona Diamondbacks Sales, La Liga de La Leche de Latino America, Facilitators Network Singapore, Appreciative Inquiry Network UK, Girl Scouts of the USA, and the United States Postal Service.
A highly sought-after conference presenter, Christine has facilitated some of the largest intergenerational conversations in the world. At the 2005 and 2008 Girl Scout National Conventions, she invited over thirteen thousand girls and adults to use their voice to create the future of the Girl Scout Movement.