Cristin Lind is a facilitator and change leader passionate about helping people to collaborate in innovative ways that create value for the greater good.
Her early career in public arts management shifted after the transformational experience of parenting a child with complex needs. For the past 11 years, she has worked to improve healthcare quality and equity both in the US where she is from, and in Sweden where she now lives. In her work, she draws on her training in community organizing and systems transformation.
Today she facilitates collaboration in multi-stakeholder communities and events, including researchers, policy makers, industry, civil society, clinicians and the public, for the Swedish Disability Rights Federation. Her former collaborative partners have included Harvard Medical School, Dartmouth College, Karolinska Institutet, the National Institute for Children’s Healthcare Quality and The BMJ. Cristin is also a facilitator-in-preparation at the Center for Courage & Renewal.
She writes about her experiences about parenting, living and leading in complexity in her blog. (https://cristinlind.com/blog/)