Christine Teaches People How to Transform Their Presentations
Whether they're colleagues, clients, students, or venture capitalists, people are accustomed to boring, bullet-filled, traditional presentations. But presentations can be a work of art! If curated correctly, presentations are capable of shifting audience beliefs and behaviors.
What Clients Have to Say
CHIEF CONFIDANT, AUTHOR, SPEAKER
"What made Christine extraordinary was her willingness to take the time to gain a deep understanding of my message and her ability to partner with me to bring it to life on stage. I can assure anyone looking for a thoughtful, committed professional that you will be similarly impressed.
Rick has worked at all levels of Fortune 500 companies, including as President of AT&T Global, and now consults through his company Being Chief.
Experience & Bio
Christine has over ten years experience in marketing and communications with a focus on the science and engineering fields. Since founding Christine Haas Consulting in 2012, Christine has traveled the world teaching courses to clients across government, industry, and higher education in presentation skills, technical writing, and storytelling. Before launching the business, Christine held positions as Director of Marketing for Drexel College of Engineering and Director of Operations for WPI Engineering. Christine also managed the award-winning Engineering Ambassadors Network, which is building a strong pipeline of diverse leaders in the engineering and science fields with programs at over 20 universities worldwide. She received her MBA in marketing and international business from Drexel University and her BA in English and Film from Dickinson College. Christine's job has led to some amazing experiences, including tobogganing down the Great Wall of China, attending the launch of the final U.S. space shuttle, and meeting Bill Nye the Science Guy (Bill, Bill, Bill!).
Michael Alley has taught scientific writing and presentations around the world for over 20 years. His books, The Craft of Scientific Presentations (2013) and The Craft of Scientific Writing (1998) are recommended resources to all those looking to better their communication skills. Michael holds a master of science in electrical engineering and a master of fine arts in writing. He is an associate professor of engineering communication at Penn State University.
Anne Ricketts founded Lighthouse Communications in 2013 after seeing the need for Bay Area companies with a heavy international workforce to have access to English as a Second Language and communication skills training. Anne has taught workshops at many of the top tech companies in the world and is also a communication coach for the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her specialties include presentation skills and English as a Second Language.
Hilary Spreiter is a communications coach based in the Bay Area. She works with executives, organizations, and students to create memorable presentations, design effective slides, sharpen interview skills, and deliver with confidence. Hilary began her communications career as a presentation workshop specialist at Stanford University, where she still works as a communication coach for the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She received her MLA with a focus on rhetoric from Stanford and her BS in Zoology from the University of Bristol, England.