Christina Towle received her B.A. from Princeton University and has worked in production for Manhattan media companies including Wiley, Forbes Magazine, and ABC News helping with the launch of Good Morning America Weekend starting September 4, 2004.

Christina’s work focuses on Natural Brand and Healthy Lifestyle marketing and wellness development. She has a proven track record of placements within national outlets utilizing consumer, medical, and natural brand media including Huffington Post, Redbook, Oprah, NBC news, Whole Foods Magazine, The Examiner, and Dr. Oz Show. In 2009, Christina was certified as a Clinical Nutritionist from The Natural Healing Institute of Naturopathy, which is why she is keen to support natural brands and wellness talent.

Q: What would you like to see your team accomplish in 2019? 

Our goal is to discover and welcome more inspiring and innovative wellness brands and talent into our client family. Our capabilities include copywriting, social media, marketing, and public relations. With office locations in San Diego and NYC, we elevate brand recognition that results in increased sales and accomplishing a company’s mission.

Q: Who is your role model or hero? 

Any woman who leads uniquely in her world, for our world. Examples: Queen Noor, Diane Sawyer, Gwyneth Paltrow, Meg Whitman, Melinda Gates…so many to be applauded.

Q: What is your favorite book? 

Wishwork: Make a Wish, Do the Work, and Watch It Come True by Alexa Fischer and The New Energy Body by Natalia Rose.

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Wishwork: Make a Wish, Do the Work, and Watch It Come True by Alexa Fischer

Q: Do you use any specific method or system to run daily operations? 

Morning Rituals are a must! Examples: Mediation, movement, sunlight, water with lemon, etc. Activities that ground me so I can take the ground running.

Q: Why did you choose your present industry at this time?

My company combines my professional passions: Media, Wellness, and Entrepreneurship.

Q: What is the best/worst moment you can remember in your career?

Worst: Experiencing 9/11 in the newsroom. Best: Becoming a working mom.

Q: Looking back – if you could advise a younger version of yourself to do something different – what would it be?

Don’t be scared! Find your voice early in your career and try not to fear any person or any situation. You’ll know what to do and when to do it that is uniquely your way.

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