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"Christie has an exceptional ability to distill complicated challenges into practical frameworks and actionable advice for business leaders. I would highly recommend Christie as an advisor, researcher, and speaker for any top company.”

Doug Ready

Founder & President, International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR); Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management; Thinkers50 Hall of Fame


Contributing Author


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Dear CEO: 50 Personal Letters from the world's Leading Business Thinkers

Thinker50 & Bloomsbury Press

A collection of specially-commissioned letters written by respected business thinkers around the world. This book provides guidance, wisdom and personal insight into the particular challenges facing the business world today and anyone in a senior position.

 


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“Christie Hunter Arscott stands alone in her unique brand of gender and generations strategist, speaker, and advocate. She truly embodies leading-edge thought-leadership with credibility from her rich credentials, original research from her deep curiosity, wisdom from her own experience as a millennial, results and solutions from her proven curriculum, and inspiration from her joyous spirit. Christie is a pleasure to collaborate with and I count her among my most trusted colleagues, friends, and mentors.”

Betsy Myers

Former Senior Advisor to President Bill Clinton & President Barack Obama; Former Executive Director of the Harvard Kennedy School's Center For Public Leadership; Author of "Take The Lead"


Recent Feature


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The Latest Research: Diversity 

Harvard Business Review

Christie's writing was selected by Harvard Business Review editors for this 20-article collection of the best research pieces on diversity published by Harvard Business Review over the past few years. 


Principal & Director at HerQUEST.org

A Global Leadership Institute for Early Career Women


To date, most talent strategies have focused on women at the senior leadership, executive, or board level but research shows that this is too late. Data highlights that early interventions can alter the shape of the female talent pipeline. Organizations have a promising opportunity to capture by focusing on women at early stages in their careers. 


Research Spotlight