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Dynamic, knowledgable, insightful are the words expressed by clients who have experienced Christine Muldoon as a seminar presenter, communication coach or speaker.


Christine Muldoon

Christine Muldoon has over thirty years experience as an expert in the area of persuasive communication.  As a nationally recognized trainer, coach, researcher and consultant, she uses a practical and individualized approach to help professionals become more effective communicators.

Chris earned a Masters Degree in Communication from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in Speech and Theater from St. Louis University.  She was honored by the ASU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for her accomplishments in the field of communication with a Distinguished Achievement Award in 2007 and inducted into the Public Programs Hall of Fame in 1998.

During a self-funded, one-year research sabbatical, Chris traveled around the world studying cross-cultural communication. Because of this unique educational experience, the design and delivery of her seminars reflect the global insights and knowledge she acquired in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Asia and even Tibet.

Holding positions as Director of Training and Development for the Fred Harvey Corporation, headquartered in the Grand Canyon National Park, as well as Deputy Director of the Division of Communications for the Arizona Department of Corrections, she pioneered unique communication strategies and employee education programs throughout each organization.

Chris is adjunct faculty for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West and the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona, AZ.
She serves on the national Board of Directors for the Public Lands Alliance; Grand Canyon Music Festival and is a founding board member of the ASU Women and Philanthropy and co-founder of Women for AT Still University. Recently Chris served on the Board and was Chair of Grand Canyon Association. 

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