CHRISTINA O’HAGAN

COLLABORATION MANAGER

Christina O’Hagan has 15 years’ experience delivering social impact programmes within the community and government sector across Ireland, Cambodia, Australia and Singapore. She is motivated by projects which result in the improved and sustainable well-being of individuals and communities. Christina’s experience includes leading the policy and research for an inclusive play childcare programme in Ireland, managing an enterprise development project for the UNFAO in Cambodia and establishing a collaborative inquiry forum on homelessness for Ashfield Council, Sydney, Australia. Since 2016, Christina has been delivering consultancy services to non-profit organisations in Singapore. Christina has a Master’s in Rural Development from University College Dublin, Ireland.

Christina O’Hagan has 15 years’ experience delivering social impact programmes within the community and government sector across Ireland, Cambodia, Australia and Singapore. She is motivated by projects which result in the improved and sustainable well-being of individuals and communities. Christina’s experience includes leading the policy and research for an inclusive play childcare programme in Ireland, managing an enterprise development project for the UNFAO in Cambodia and establishing a collaborative inquiry forum on homelessness for Ashfield Council, Sydney, Australia. Since 2016, Christina has been delivering consultancy services to non-profit organisations in Singapore. Christina has a Master’s in Rural Development from University College Dublin, Ireland.