Christine Kenna, Partner at IGNIA, has a demonstrated record accelerating innovative enterprises and supporting courageous entrepreneurs that have a profound impact in Latin America. Christine invests in companies that are reinventing the way to do business with the emerging middle class in Latin America in high impact sectors such as edtech, financial services, employment, e-commerce and marketplaces.
Previously Christine led the marketing and sales operations in Mexico of EF Education First, the world´s largest private international education company, worked at Google on international growth strategies, was the Executive Director of the Guggenheim Foundation in Mexico, and worked as a consultant with the Parthenon Group in Boston. As a passionate advocate for developing high-potential professional women and networks, Christine co-founded Women in Private Equity and Venture Capital in Mexico, and MBA Mujeres de México.
Christine serves on the Board of Directors of AMEXCAP, Kinedu, GoTrendier, Lentesplus.com, Apli and Mexvi. Christine graduated from Duke University with a BA in Economics and International Relations, has an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a Kauffman Fellow with Class 23.