Christina Ulardic works for the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue within issue managment on the identification of emerging risks. An important part of Swiss Re’s mission is to anticipate, to identify and to understand the developments, which are shaping the future risk landscape. In order to deal with global risk issues and to facilitate new insight into future risk markets Swiss Re has founded the Centre in November 2000.
Christina received her Master of Science, Geology from the University of Freiburg, Germany and Basel, Switzerland. Before joining Swiss Re she worked for the Geological Survey in Chile, the climate change program of the United Nations Institute of Training and Research in Geneva and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment in Berlin. In 2004 she obtained a Master of Public Administration at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA.
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