✪ 3,500 Years of Experience ✪
Cristina DiGiacomo had a successful, award-winning, twenty-year corporate and agency career in client engagement, strategy, and management roles at companies like The New York Times, Citigroup, AMC Networks, and R/GA. Her agency clients included SC Johnson, Verizon, Johnson & Johnson, The Travel Channel, Rogers Communications, Essence Magazine, Sony, and L’Oreal.
She began studying Philosophy at The School of Practical Philosophy ten years ago, applying the ideas of the greatest thinkers of all time – spanning “3500 years” of knowledge and insight. She holds an M.S. in Organizational Change Management from The New School, enhancing her understanding of the impact and importance of change.
She has been featured in Global Trade Magazine, Houston Style Magazine, The Young Upstarts, and was interviewed by Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, Authority Magazine. She has upcoming features for Costco Connection, CEOWorld Magazine, and Flagstaff Business News.
Her book “Wise Up! At Work” was a #1 Best-seller on Amazon for Modern Philosophy and a #1 New Release, and a Best-seller, in Business Management Skills. She has a podcast “Wise Up! With Cristina” where she interviews leaders about the issues facing business today.
Her success is measured by the skills she provides to access the wisdom of great thinkers to benefit everyday tasks and strategic thinking.
We’re in a colossal shift with a relentless ripple effect – ideologically, culturally, organizationally, personally. Something major is happening, and I’m here to support you through that, bringing “3500 years of experience” and history of how we’ve risen above this before. As a Practical Philosopher, I work with business leaders and teams who have to tackle big challenges and use philosophy to teach them how to look at things differently, so they find unique solutions and deeper engagement, so their companies thrive. Working with me people experience new inspiration with their work, reconnect to the reason for what they do, and grow beyond the adversity they face.