Lindstrom Impact Strategies is managed by Christina Lindstrom.
Christina has more than fifteen years of experience in media, advocacy and business development. Prior to consulting independently, she worked as the Senior Director of Strategy and Impact for Participant Media for 7 years. Before this, she co-built the international media licensing distribution arm of Jupiter Images
(acquired by Getty Images) and assisted in the development of the Artists for Amnesty division of Amnesty International, USA. She is equal parts business and pro-social diligence.
At Participant, Christina co-developed the company's initial and only comprehensive impact measuring system. She designed impact campaigns for films such as The Help, Waiting for ‘Superman,’ The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Food, Inc., and others and has produced evaluation strategies for various original programming for pivot TV. She’s assisted myriad non-profits with their evaluation, communication and fundraising efforts and is passionate about social change.
Christina has a BA in International Studies from American University and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. She is currently an investor in Acumen's L.A. Impact Circle and was a founding activator in SheEO's US fund. She is an active volunteer with the Southern California Bulldog Rescue and an Executive and Creative Producer of the podcast, This is Home, a podcast created to to tell the stories of resilient, unusual, and inspiring families, launched in October 2016.
The rest of the team
Some projects require a team effort. If and when additional support or expertise is needed for your project, Christina draws on her extensive network of creative and strategic experts. Here are just a few of the people she has worked with before on different consulting projects:
….and the list of experts and collaborators is always growing. Lindstrom Impact Strategies will do everything it can to create the best team for your needs.