Mompreneur | Founder & CEO of ThinkKids EdTech | Women’s Work-Life Balance Enthusiast | Globetrotter

Entrepreneurship was always on the cards but motherhood paved the way for it to begin when she realised the challenges of parents to access world class alternate learning & enrichment for toddlers, which is when she set foot to do something useful for parents and kids and turned up to be a mompreneur: an entrepreneur inside the mom who is also a mom inside the entrepreneur. Christina is currently working on the R&D for her EdTech Startup whose platform is envisioned to change the way parents and kids look at education by creating an ecosystem for alternative and holistic education.

Christina is engaged in empowering families to take charge of their children’s future and curate their own educational experiences to ensure children are enriched and benefiting to the maximum, and her EdTech startup will help her reach more children and families around the globe.

Christina is also a firm believer that 21st century mothers can design a true balance that works for their lifestyles and advocates for mothers to have thriving careers (whether it’s in corporate or running their own businesses) while also having a beautiful motherhood experience.

The positive impact Christina has had on my life has been rapid. From day 1 of meeting her I was inspired… she has helped point me in the right direction to really invest in improving myself.

Ruth Moran, Senior Consultant in Recruitment

Christina is an awesome human being! She is a natural at understanding what one needs… I am so grateful for Christina’s encouragement, support and guidance.

Reshma Shekar, Marketing Leader, Wellbeing Advocate, Entrepreneur

About Me

I am a purpose-driven entrepreneur who’s turned my interests for art, education and personal development into a business reality. In 2020, I founded ThinkKids EdTech with the aspiration to bring a whole new world of learning and development for kids and parents worldwide.

As a woman have you ever felt sick and tired of being sick and tired? I did 7 years ago and that is when I decided to start my entrepreneurial journey. I created the belief that there is always a better way to live life. And that is when I decided I have to design my life.

Every time we want to do something new, where it starts and ends is in the cycle of trial and error. However, I decided to end this cycle. So I extended beyond the trial and error with structured learnings, which helped me to design a path to wake up every single morning excited, with full control of my time, free of mom guilt and creating wealth as a mompreneur: an entrepreneur inside the mom who is also a mom inside the entrepreneur.

Now I spend my days building my business & sharing my knowledge with moms and women who also want to design their lives in the way that they want to live and experience.

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