Christina Stevens is a creative force for good. Born into a famed Australian theatrical family, she left the world of entertainment to make her mark in advertising. As writer, director and producer, her commercials won countless International Broadcasting Awards including the coveted Gold Lion at the Venice Film Festival. As Snr VP. Creative Director and creative troubleshooter for Young and Rubicam and Ogilvy & Mather in Paris, Sydney, New York, London, Hong Kong and across Europe, she utilized high-level knowledge to imprint the global marketplace beyond the barriers of language and borders. After filming spiritual leaders Mother Teresa and His Holiness, the Dalia Lama, she left the corporate world and turned her talents to the challenges of developing nations. from Myanmar and Indonesia to the visionary Kingdom of Bhutan. For over 20 years, as member of Special Projects for the Directors Guild of America and Board Member of Ted Turner’s Captain Planet Foundation, Christina continues to integrate education and entertainment. Producing and directing live shows, documentaries and speaking often at the United Nations where she promotes groundbreaking global initiatives, continuing to inspire regenerative change. Christina lives in Malibu California and is an aerobatic pilot, having flown in airshows with the renowned Blue Angels. With all this Christina has become a remarkable storyteller, evident in her award-winning memoir Love. The Saint and the Seeker. In this transformational moment on earth, as founder of action hub, Revolution Love, Christina is a passionate advocate for civil society’s participation in the UN Sustainable Development Goals utilizing new technologies to expand our human potential to build a thriving future in harmony with all life.