Global Head of Communications, S&P Global Sustainable1 and S&P Global Ratings
As Vice President, Head of Communications for S&P Global Ratings and S&P Global Sustainable1, Christina is responsible for all aspects of communications, including strategy and messaging, media relations, communications agency governance, crisis and issues management, and internal communications. Her team works across the organization and with external stakeholders to elevate our engagement with the market and deliver value to our customers.
She is a member of the S&P Global Ratings Executive Operating Committee.
Previously, Christina served as Head of Enterprise Communications for S&P Global. As part of this role, she led communications for the functional leaders of S&P Global's Operating Committee, strategic initiatives including ESG, Technology, and Innovation, enterprise-level issues management and crises, as well as mergers & acquisitions and strategic investments. Prior to that role, Christina held positions at the enterprise-level as the Head of Strategic Initiative Communications and the Head of Technology Communications, respectively. She joined the company through the acquisition of SNL Financial in 2015 as Head of External Communications for S&P Global Market Intelligence. She was the Head of Public Relations for SNL in the five years leading up to the firm being acquired by S&P Global.
Earlier in her career, Christina served as Head of Communications and Marketing for Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley's Energy Administration. She also has experience as an entrepreneur, recognized by Women in Bio as one of their 2008 Entrepreneur Honorees for her work in partnership with University of Maryland Baltimore County’s ACTiVATE program and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Her professional background also includes corporate communications consulting, web development and sales.
She was honored to be named one of PR News’ Top Women in PR in 2017.
She sits on the Young Leaders Council of Vital Voices, a global non-profit organization committed to investing in women leaders.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Science with Special Attainments in Commerce from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.