Christopher Laughlin is an experienced entrepreneurial strategy advisor and consultant with a passion for courage, community, and co-creation. Armed with an undergraduate degree in anthropology from Hamilton College and a Master of Entrepreneurship from Melbourne Business School, Christopher has held various roles as a coordinator, consultant, trainer, researcher, and director at organizations such as the United Nations, Amnesty International, and Oxfam Australia.
Christopher is an alumnus of the esteemed Sloan Fellow MBA program at MIT Sloan School of Management, where he also served as a visiting fellow. His expertise in strategy, innovation, and impact has helped him lead and advise projects and teams in various capacities, including as senior coordinator at the International Rescue Committee, provincial director at DAI, and consultant at UNICEF.
Through Courageous Ventures, Christopher continues to empower start-ups and innovation-driven entrepreneurship by leveraging his wealth of experience to drive growth, increase investment opportunities, and optimize business strategies.