Christina Wing is a senior advisor at Crestview.
Christina Wing is a senior advisor at Crestview. She is a member of the faculty at Harvard Business School (“HBS”). Christina primarily researches topics surrounding families in business and has created a course titled Demystifying Families in Business, which covers family dynamics, operating companies, family offices and legacy opportunities. She co-chairs the executive education program, Families in Business and teaches family office and HBS/Young Presidents’ Organization programs. Christina is in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at HBS and teaches first-year Technology Operations Management (TOM) and Leadership and Corporate Accountability (LCA) courses. She gives speeches on topics related to families in business, leadership and understanding the different chapters of life. Christina is a co-founder of Wingspan Legacy Partners, an advisory firm for families and founders. Wingspan takes a holistic approach, listening and advising the family, the family business, the family wealth and family legacy. Christina believes families have a disproportionate ability to affect society, and with the correct leadership, they can be global leaders. Prior to teaching at HBS and creating Wingspan, Christina held a variety of roles within the finance and general management fields. She was most recently president and CEO of a family office where she oversaw a team of people and assets within real estate, art, collectables, private investments and philanthropic activities. Christina was in finance and operations at a startup venture formed by several of her HBS classmates that she joined in the early stages. She began her career focusing on equities and energy investment banking at Goldman Sachs and Kidder Peabody. Christina is on the board of ambassadors of The Steppingstone Foundation, an organization providing educational opportunities to under-served children. Christina received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.B.A. in finance and organizational behavior and business policy from Southern Methodist University.