Christina R. Wing

Senior Lecturer of Business Administration

Christina Wing is a Senior Lecturer teaching in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at the Harvard Business School.  She currently teaches first year TOM.

Prior to teaching at Harvard Business School, 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.  Mrs. Wing's prior experience includes being a founder of Wing O’Donnell Ventures, an independent financial consulting and investment advisory practice.  Christina was the CFO and head of operations at Edu.com, a startup venture formed by several of her HBS classmates that she joined in the early stages.  She began her career in equities and energy investment banking, where she worked at Goldman Sachs and Kidder Peabody.  Notably, Christina spent a year in Australia working on the privatization of the utility industry.  She has served on many company boards.

A native of The Woodlands, Texas she graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1993 with a BBA in Finance and Organizational Behavior and Business Policy and she also earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1998.

Mrs. Wing is very active participant in several charitable organizations.  She is currently on the board of The Steppingstone Foundation, Operation Grateful Nation and Aspen Junior Golf.  Christina resides in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts with her husband Tad and their three children.