Christina Hofer believes that Conscious Capitalism has a sustainable vision for the future—one that addresses the core issues that our communities face and seeks to change the practice and perception of capitalism to elevate humanity through business. Christina’s passion is for people, and helping people to find meaning and purpose in their personal and professional lives. As the Chapter Program Administrator, she sees her role as an opportunity to empower and inspire chapter leaders, providing them with the tools and resources they need to be successful.
Following a myriad of passions, Christina graduated from Goshen College with a major in theater and a triple minor in writing, public relations, and international studies. While in school, she spent three months in Senegal, West Africa, with the Study-Service-Term (SST) program. Her unique skillset and experiences abroad have led her to play an active role in the Kansas City nonprofit community, working with several mission-driven nonprofits and serving in leadership roles with local young professionals boards.
Christina loves to be in any environment that allows her to have deep, meaningful conversations with others. She and her partner enjoy hosting friends and family for home-cooked meals and board game nights. Christina also loves to explore new places—local coffee shops, hiking trails, or foreign countries, you name it. When not exploring, you’ll find Christina running, singing, camping, playing with her pup, or enjoying live theater.