About Christina Congleton, M.Ed.
Christina is a human development specialist, committed to helping close the generational talent gap by coaching Gen X and Millennial high-potentials as they step into leadership. She has worked with managers and executives from the United States and abroad, specializing in authentic leadership, mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and political effectiveness.
Christina's work has appeared in Fast Company, and her Harvard Business Review articles have been printed in multiple books and magazine issues. She also co-authored chapters in Beyond Goals: Effective Strategies for Coaching and Mentoring.
Christina has a background in neuroscience and psychology and was on the team of scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School that published initial research showing mindfulness practice can change the brain in eight weeks.
She holds a master's degree in human development & psychology from Harvard University and a BA in biopsychology from Oberlin College. Christina is a certified Integral Coach through New Ventures West since 2007, and a licensed Immunity to Change™ facilitator. She is also a long-term student of the Diamond Approach.
Christina's passion is holding space and providing challenge for others to grow and transform. She lives outside Denver with her husband.