About Christine S. Oh
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About Christine S. Oh
My name is Christine S. Oh and I’m a career and executive coach focused on partnering with professionals who feel they have stagnated to reach their full potential in their career and life. I’m also an organizational consultant, drawing upon my many years of experience working in nonprofit, philanthropic, social enterprise and public sectors.
Becoming a career and executive coach was a natural step for me after being a first generation college student and making every mistake in the book. I have spent years studying what makes successful people different and I want to share what I’ve learned with you. I have helped many others discover how to live out their values and find work that empowers them to be their most authentic and best self.
Christine S. Oh
CPC, ELI-MP, CFRE, MPA
Christine S. Oh is a career and executive coach. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a connector and resource for underserved communities within the nonprofit, social enterprise, philanthropic, and public sectors in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and New York City.
Christine is a Certified Professional Coach, a Highlands Ability Battery certified consultant, and Master Practitioner in the Energy Leadership Index (MP-ELI). She is passionate about helping professionals who feel stagnant find work that speaks to their soul – to discover a career that is vibrant, energizing, and empowering. As an organizational consultant, Christine works closely with clients to clarify their mission, build capacity, and map out strategies to realize their goals.
Christine was formerly the Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships for Catchafire, cultivating partnerships with philanthropic leaders to empower nonprofits to become effective and sustainable organizations. Prior to that Christine was the Director of Individual Giving and Regional Partnerships for the microfinance CDFI, Grameen America, Inc., and the Director of Development at the Korean American Community Foundation in New York City. She also worked in development and grantmaking at the California Community Foundation and was a legislative aide to former U.S. Congressman Xavier Becerra. She served as the Co-Chair for the New York chapter of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy from 2015-2019.
Christine has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.