Christina GerakiteysCo-CEO at SingularityU Australia
Christina Gerakiteys is a creativity and innovation catalyst.
Her purpose is to open hearts and minds, to inspire impossible to possible.
As Co-CEO of SingularityU Australia, she is on a mission to educate, empower and inspire leaders to use exponential technologies to solve humanity's grand challenges.
After colliding with SU Faculty over several years, Christina attended the Executive Program at SingularityU, at NASA Ames, Silicon Valley. In April 2018 she was granted the license to open the first SingularityU Chapter in Australia. SingularityU Australia now produces the SU Australia Global Impact Challenge and the SU Australia Summit.
As Co-CEO of SUAU and Founder of UtopiaX, Christina is a sought-after key-note speaker, facilitator, and program designer, creating interactive educational Xperiences driven by design thinking, purpose, engagement, and play.
Programs offered by UtopiaX disrupt current mindsets to Moonshot thinking, discovering and acting on what is possible rather than what is acceptable, normal or restrictive.
Christina passionately writes and presents business development and innovation programs and workshops. She writes for several publications and speaks regularly on radio about business development and the crucial roles that creativity and innovation play in success. She is a contributor to the award-winning Front-End Innovation blog.
Her depth of knowledge and engaging style have made her a popular presenter at major conferences including SingularityU Australia Summit, Vivid Ideas, Creative Innovation and most recently at the Inspiring Women Leaders Digital Conference in Madrid.
Christina is an active supporter and advocate for several innovation committees, produced the annual Hunter Innovation Festival, and lectures in Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
A self-confessed lifelong learner, Christina is currently undertaking doctorate studies in Creativity and Innovation.
In 2019 Christina will publish her second book The Multiplier Effect; Celebrating Success One Failure at a Time.