A SustainAbility analyst based in New York, Christina Wong is interested in environmental risk analysis, particularly water scarcity issues, and how businesses can be better prepared to meet growing water challenges.
Based in New York, Christina has worked with SustainAbility clients to help them define and prioritize material issues and strategies to address them. Her past and present portfolio includes Barclays, Brown-Forman, Connecticut Green Bank, Loblaw, Mattel, Nestlé, Nuveen, Pearson, the Rockefeller Foundation and Samsung. Christina is an experienced facilitator and trusted advisor to her clients. She is focused on driving SustainAbility’s work around ESG evaluation by uncovering how companies can better communicate sustainability actions as they relate to the fundamental equity evaluation of the company. She is leading SustainAbility’s Rate the Raters: Ratings Revisited work and is passionate about environmental risk analysis and in particular water scarcity issues. Before joining SustainAbility, Christina worked for The Nature Conservancy, Steven Winter Associates (an energy efficiency consultancy), and EKO Asset Management. Prior to her focus on sustainability, Christina spent 8 years advising Fortune 500 clients such as Unilever and Johnson & Johnson on advertising strategy, brand development and strategic planning. Christina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Marketing from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce and a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Management from the Earth Institute at Columbia University.