Christina Stenson

Christina Stenson


Christina works with corporates, as well as private equity and venture capital firms, to advance their reputation business and investment goals over time and during transformative situations through communications strategies and executive positioning.

She has extensive experience working with companies across sectors during business-critical events, including M&A, IPOs, restructurings and reorganizations, shareholder activism, crisis and litigation, market transitions and other business-critical events and special situations.

Christina has a particular focus on technology companies, having joined Brunswick in February 2006, with a background advising technology start-ups on company and product communications and go-to-market strategies.

At Brunswick, she has worked with clients that have included, American Water (during its IPO); Applied Materials, Barnes & Noble (Microsoft’s investment in Nook), Broadcom, Cisco Systems, CVC Capital Partners, Del Monte Foods (consumer foods business sale), Dura Automotive Systems (Chapter 11 filing), GE, Irving Place Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Northwest Airlines (emergence from bankruptcy and relisting), SIRVA, Inc. (prepackaged Chapter 11), Skype (acquisition by Microsoft for $8.5 billion), Sun Microsystems, Yahoo! and others.