As Chief Representative Officer - Europe, Christina Sleszynska has been running INTA’s Representative Office in Brussels since it was established in 2006. Together with a small but dynamic team, Christina has been supporting INTA’s operations in Europe including representation of the Association to the EU Institutions and other stakeholders, advocacy of INTA’s public policy positions in Europe, and membership development and communications. Christina is also Staff Liaison for the Brands and Innovation Committee (B&IC) and INTA’s Global Advisory Council – Europe (Europe GAC).
Christina Sleszynska holds a Masters degree in European Integration from the American University (Washington DC), a Bachelors Degree in Politics and Public Affairs from the University of Miami and an Executive Masters Degree in Management of International Associations from the Solvay Business School in Brussels (Belgium). Christina has dual French-American citizenship and speaks English, French, Spanish, German, some Dutch and Italian. She has been living and working in Brussels since 1991, is married and has two children.