Christina Tangora Schlachter, PhD is a learning leader and organizational consultant who collaborates with individuals and organizations, helping them navigate complex social and workplace challenges.
Christina’s current research focuses how constant information may impact the brain’s decision-making function.
Her prior corporate roles have included leading the Organizational Effectiveness team at AON/Hewitt Associates and running multiple change management consulting engagements in Asia as a Managing Principal at Oracle. Christina has also guest lectured at Stanford University and the Colorado State University’s Executive Education program.
She is the author of Managing Multiple Generations (Lynda.com), Critical Conversations for Dummies, Leading Business Change for Dummies, and an Institute for Social Innovation Fellow with Fielding University. Christina has been honored with the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award, recognizing the most accomplished and community-focused young professionals in the Denver-metro area.
Christina holds a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems, MAs in Education and in Organizational Studies, and a BBA in International Finance and Marketing. Christina also earned her post-doctorate Certificate in NeuroLeadership(TM).
When not coaching, writing, or speaking with leaders in the community, Christina, also a two-time IronmanTM triathlete and a 9-mile Maui Channel Swim individual finisher, can be found biking and skiing around the mountains of Colorado with her husband and two sons.