Director of Responsible Business, PwC; Former Senior Manager of Global Governance, UN Global Compact
Christina Koulias is the former Lead, Global Governance at the United Nations Global Compact (“UN Global Compact”), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. During her time at the UN Global Compact, Christina led a number of strategic initiatives and authored a number of publications to engage senior business leaders with respect to: anti-bribery/corruption, illicit financial flows and organized crime; democracy and the rule of law; diversity, equity and inclusion; human and labour rights; responsible/sustainable supply chains and peace in conflict affected areas.
Prior to joining the UN Global Compact, Christina worked at one of Australia’s top tier law firms and served as Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Almond at the Supreme Court of Victoria. She also has over 12 years of commercial experience at one of Australia’s largest banks where she served in various compliance, risk and sales functions. She earned her Master of Laws from Monash University in 2010 and Bachelor of Business Management from the University of South Australia in 2002.
- SDG 16 Business Framework | Inspiring Transformational Governance (2021),
- Guide for General Counsel on Corporate Sustainability Version 1.0 (2015) and Version 2.0 (2019)
- Business for the Rule of Law Framework (2015)
Group Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of Strategy at GIB (Gulf International Bank) Asset Management
NED, AIR FRANCE S.A., Henderson High Income Trust plc., Haffner Energy S.A., Association of Investment Companies (AIC); SID, CT Automotive plc.