Christina Pantin is a global financial Reuters journalist and strategic communications advisor with a specialization in public speaking. Over her career spanning 30 years in the United States and Asia, she has delivered live TV news reports, moderated CEO panels, hosted newsmaker sessions with Heads of States and conducted workshops on a variety of topics including presentation skills and personal branding.
A native of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, her speaking engagements have included Vietnam's foreign service institute, INSEAD in Singapore, The Women's Foundation in Hong Kong, the Women In Leadership conference in Malaysia and as a brand ambassador for Reuters to journalism students in India.
Most recently, Christina coached two batches of summer interns at Abernathy MacGregor in New York on presentation skills. She has written speeches and talking points for the heads of two non-profit groups in New York. She has worked in communications roles at Brunswick Group Hong Kong, and at Samsung USA.
Christina graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s in International Affairs and from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s in Journalism. She has completed leadership courses at the University of Michigan and at INSEAD in Singapore.
Topics: Financial Media, Asian Markets and Consumers, Changing Media Industry, Leadership Communications, Corporate Reputation, Crisis Communications, Presenting With Confidence, Personal Branding, Women Leadership.
Uncovering & Amplifying Your Offline Profile in an Online World
In a world of virtual vs actual, it is more critical than ever to learn how to communicate & convey your personal/professional profile to achieve success for your career.