Christine Anderson FCJ

Christine is a former Director of Faith and Praxis for Global Leadership and is from Scotland. She is a member of the Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus, resident in Rome. She was National Training Officer of a Christian Worker Movement in Britain for five years, specialising in the training of leaders of small groups in parishes and factories; then Pastoral Assistant to Bishop Gerald Mahon of Westminster Diocese.

She studied pastoral theology at Lumen Vitae International Institute in Brussels, Spirituality at the Gregorian University Rome, and trained as an Organizational Role Analyst at the Grubb Institute of Behavioural Studies London. As an experienced Facilitator and Consultant she has worked in many countries of the world over the last thirty years.

She founded The Craighead Institute of Life and Faith, Scotland and directed it for sixteen years before coming to Rome to work for Jesuit Refugee Service as Human Resources Officer. In 2005 she founded Faith and Praxis and has consulted full-time to International Leadership Teams and also was one of the program leaders for the International Leadership Development Program in Rome.

Languages: English, French, Italian