Christine Mooney is the Barsema Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Northern Illinois University. She is the lead faculty for entrepreneurship and the co-founder and former director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Impact. Christine also serves on the board of Juvenile Protection Agency (JPA).
Christine’s research spans CEO succession, board decision-making, innovation, and impact investing. She has taught courses in strategic management, creativity and innovation, social entrepreneurship, business modeling, social venture consulting and business planning. She has also served as a consultant, focusing on opportunity identification, strategic development and growth for entrepreneurial start-ups.
She earned her PhD and MBA from Indiana University and her BA from Emory University. She lives in Geneva with her husband and two children.