Following 30+ years in the corporate world, Christine Brown-Quinn, embarked on a new career in 2010 to share with aspiring professionals globally, practical, hands-on business strategies to fast track their careers (the stuff they don't teach you in business school!). She‘s been on a mission to bust the myth that a rewarding career and a fulfilling personal life have to be at loggerheads.
Through her webinars, one-on-one coaching and in-person workshops, Christine unveils what really matters in getting ahead in demanding corporate environments. As a former Managing Director in International Finance, Christine is well versed in what it takes to forge a thriving career in highly pressurised, alpha environments.
Christine is an accomplished international speaker and commentator on a range of issues relevant to the success of female professionals through podcasts, blogs, articles, radio & tv shows (eg BBC Sunday Live, BBC Big Questions, Financial Times, London Evening Standard, Women in Banking & Finance Magazine, The Glass Hammer, Association of Women Solicitors’ Link magazine, Computer Weekly, WDRC 1360 AM, and many others).
She is also a published author on work-life balance for professional women. Her first book, Step Aside Super Woman, continues to resonate with professional women across a wide range of age groups, sectors as well as continents.
In the words of one reviewer, Cherie Booth (Blair), QC Barrister, “Well written & entertaining. Step Aside Super Woman provides women with a positive and interesting angle to what it means for the individual and the family when a woman pursues a professional career."
In 2020 Christine launched her second book, Unlock Your Career Success – Knowing the Unwritten Rules Changes Everything. According to one reviewer, Michaela Jedinak, Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur, "Unlock Your Career Success empowers women with truth-telling facts from the real business world paired with practical advice and insider knowledge that will help you to be promoted to the top. Essential and inspiring reading for every working woman to realise their ambitions and aspirations."