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Christine Galib

Senior Director, The Ion

Houston

Dr. Christine Galib serves as the Senior Director of Programs at The Ion. In this role, she oversees the development and execution of programs at The Ion, including The Ion's Accelerator Programs, Workforce Development Programs, Academic and Mentor Programs, and Community Education Programs. She also directs The Ion Smart and Resilient Cities Accelerator, which supports selected startups as they develop and deploy technology that connects ideas, people, and communities in Houston. Backed by the Mayor's Office, the City of Houston, Microsoft, Intel, and TX/RX, the Accelerator launched its first cohort in September 2019 and second cohort in April 2020. Christine is the founder of Plan My Plate, which offers leadership, management, creativity, innovation, and wellness consulting. A Teach For America alumna with experience in investment management, pre-medical studies, and educational consulting, Christine holds her bachelor’s from Princeton University, master’s from the University of Pennsylvania, and doctorate from Drexel University. Her speaking, writing, and research interests include entrepreneurial mindset development, creativity, innovation, leadership, systems thinking, mindfulness, wellness, and apologetics. A Northeast native, Christine wasn’t born in Texas, but she got here as fast as she could!

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Mindful Morning: A Short Introduction to Mindfulness

Mindful Morning: A Short Introduction to Mindfulness

This webinar is an Introduction to Mindfulness and helps participants gain familiarity with mindfulness-based stress reduction strategies and stress and the physiology of stress.

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Texas Triangle: The Good and Bad Of Startup Accelerators

Texas Triangle: The Good and Bad Of Startup Accelerators

Accelerators provide entrepreneurs with the resources and capital necessary to turn their startups into successful businesses. So how does it all work?

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How She Got There: Women Leaders in Tech

How She Got There: Women Leaders in Tech

We welcome leading business women for an evening of discussion on their journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur.

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Tech Week | Rapid Innovation Workshop

Tech Week | Rapid Innovation Workshop

Join us for an interactive, engaging, experiential-learning, and discussion-based workshop on Rapid Innovation.

Product Week | Taking Product from Concept to Funding

Product Week | Taking Product from Concept to Funding

Calling all budding entrepreneurs - find out how to take your product from concept to funding

Back To Work | How They Got There: Creating A Purposeful Career

Back To Work | How They Got There: Creating A Purposeful Career

You’ll hear straight from the experts: people who have turned their dreams into reality and achieved their goals one step at a time.

Back To Work |  Relaunch Your Career Post-Pandemic

Back To Work | Relaunch Your Career Post-Pandemic

Back To Work | Relaunch Your Career Post-Pandemic

Break into Tech in Houston: Career Opportunities, Sponsored Tuition and more

Break into Tech in Houston: Career Opportunities, Sponsored Tuition and more

We will discuss how to break into a tech career and how to finance this transition in Houston

Career Camp | Show Them Who's the Boss: Navigate Your Path to Leadership

Career Camp | Show Them Who's the Boss: Navigate Your Path to Leadership

So how can you navigate your journey to being an effective business leader, starting today? Join us for a discussion on how our leaders got to where they are today.

Womxn at Work | A Short Introduction to Mindfulness

Womxn at Work | A Short Introduction to Mindfulness

This webinar is an Introduction to Mindfulness and helps participants gain familiarity with mindfulness-based stress reduction strategies and stress and the physiology of stress.

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