Christine Cea

Teaching Fellow

An award-winning, industry-recognized leader and innovator, Christine specializes in mission-driven marketing, communications and social impact to build, sustain and protect brand equity and enterprise reputation. Christine has directed world-class campaigns intersecting brand and purpose while in leadership positions at global corporations, PR/Communications agencies and nonprofits and as the principle consultant at Posit Communications, which she founded.

As the head of Marketing Communications for the Unilever portfolio of iconic food and personal care brands, she was responsible for the company becoming a founding member of #GivingTuesday and led the launch of Project Sunlight, the company’s first consumer marketing initiative to promote its sustainable living mission.  Christine was the Chief Communications Executive for the Girl Scouts of the USA; a founding mentor in the 92Y Women In Power Fellowship program; and consulted with the UN and UN Foundation on the Sustainable Development Goals. She consults with nonprofits pro-bono through the TapRoot Foundation.

Christine holds a BA from Barnard College and an MA from Columbia University.  In 2020, she graduated from the Executive Program in Social Impact from the Center for Social Impact Strategy at the University of Pennsylvania.  Christine lives in Manhattan cooking and dreaming of traveling again.