Christine E. Looser
Christine leverages her background in neuroscience, behavioral psychology, and business strategy to build evidence-based education systems. She helps people understand how human minds operate so they can better manage their interpersonal relationships, craft effective strategies, and lead organizations with clarity, vision, and purpose.
Christine holds a BA from the College of the Holy Cross and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience from Dartmouth College, where she studied the neural basis of social connection and won the Marie A. Center Award for Excellence in Teaching. After graduate school, she was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Business School and taught Negotiation in the Harvard Psychology Department. In 2016, Christine was hired to help build the Business College at Minerva University, recently named the most innovative university in the world.
Christine is currently a Senior Director at Minerva Project. In that role, she consults on learning innovation strategies for organizations around the globe. She has developed programs for executive education audiences in the US, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Korea, and Japan. You’ll find her constantly reminding people that learning is a human superpower and reshaping education programs so that the way people teach is aligned with the way brains learn.