Christina Madden is an independent consultant specializing in global security, sustainable development and foreign investment.
She joined Carnegie Council as a contributor in July 2007.
Madden has also worked with a number of nonprofits, United Nations agencies, and private firms, including GMI, a corporate governance ratings agency, and the Whitaker Group, a consultancy promoting trade and foreign investment in sub-Saharan Africa.
In addition, she currently runs the New York chapter of Women In International Security and is a member of the board of directors of JeevanKala, a fair trade importer, and its parent, Himalayan Healthcare, a nonprofit supporting health, education and income-generation programs in rural Nepal.
As an undergraduate, she completed coursework at the Sorbonne and Sciences Po in Paris, France and interned at a number of organizations, including the Nixon Center's Immigration and National Security Program and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
- Shale Gas Goes Global
- Teaching "What is the Role of the Corporation in Society?"
- Teaching "Introduction to Business Ethics"
- Managing Water Well
- Medical Tourism Causes Complications
- Laws Gone Wild in Ecuador
- U Made an Illegal U-Turn
- Sovereign Wealth Funds under Scrutiny
- Growing Green During Downturn
- One World, Many Slogans
- Despite EASSy, Africa Still Listening to Radio
- Typing TERROR in a Crowded Chat
- Inflation Fuels Global Hunger
- Moral Interest in Banking
- China's Eco-Entrepreneurs
- Teaching "Ethics and Supply Chains"
Last Updated: May 17, 2012