Christina Wu, Director of Marketing

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Christina is the Director of Marketing of T2 Venture Creation.  She also serves as the Editor-in-Chief for T2’s Rainforest Revolution Newsletter, a weekly newsletter that profiles the global growth of innovation ecosystems. 

Christina’s passion is at the intersection of business and creative expression.  Prior to T2, she worked as a marketing strategist for small businesses and non-profits.  She helped her clients create multi-faceted marketing plans and produce long-term brand strategies.  She has experience in developing channel strategies, pricing optimization, product positioning, and benchmarking. She also produced and coordinated public and private events, including performing arts concerts, banquets, VIP receptions, pageants, weddings, fashion shows, community and political events from 20 to 1,300 attendees.

Christina was a publicist at Davidson & Choy Publicity, a leading performing arts and entertainment public relations firm in Los Angeles, where she increased client media coverage through media planning, advertising, and public relations. 

Christina worked in Business Development for Lifetime Television, where she assisted senior management in growing distribution for Lifetime’s three cable channels: Lifetime Television, Lifetime Movie Network and Lifetime Real Women.  Christina helped facilitate strategic alliances for her company through data analysis, contract administration, and coordination of stakeholder engagement.

Christina’s marketing and sales career started from The Wall Street Journal and public radio. She brought on board new clients and increased existing advertising accounts.  She also developed strategic partnerships and cross-promotional marketing for her clients. 

Christina received her MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California in business administration.

She is fluent in spoken and written Chinese Mandarin, Taiwanese, Fukienese, and some Cantonese

In her spare time, Christina enjoys spending time with her family, reading, volunteering at her sons’ schools, and dancing.  She is an amateur dancer and has performed in almost 400 dance performances, including lyrical, jazz, ballet, hip hop, and Chinese classical dance.