Christina Chia

Christina Chia 

WCEI Victorian Division President
Honouree at the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC)
Honouree – National Monument to Migration 
1st Vice-President Chinese Association of Victoria (CAV)
7News Young Achiever Awards – Executive Judge (VIC)
Multicultural Attaché, Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) 
President Asian Australian Family Association (AAFA)
Mentor – RMIT University

Past Board Directorships: 
Chairperson – Parent’s Auxiliary of Camberwell Girls’ Grammar School
Co-Founder of Podcast MYC Heart Connectors
Rotary D9810 Assistant Governor
Rotary President Manningham Club
Board Secretary – Royal Freemasons Ladies’ Auxiliary

“Living her very best life,” Christina is a senior executive, corporate entrepreneur and a community advocate dedicated to fostering inclusivity, driving business advancement & facilitate meaningful change.

She is the Chief Operating Officer & Principal (VIC) of North Shore Coaching College, a national education business across 70 Campuses in Australia & Hong Kong. Christina has over 25 years’ experiences in education, aged-care & NFP sectors in Australia & South East Asia region.

Christina was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year 2023 from the Australian Council of Multicultural Entrepreneurs.

Christina is an Honouree at the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC). She is also a recipient of highly commended Business Excellence Award in 2020 from the VMC in acknowledgment of her instrumental role in successfully transforming remote learning for thousands of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) families at North Shore Coaching College.

Christina is an Honouree to the National Monument to Migration in Sydney which serves as a poignant acknowledgment of her outstanding commitment in promoting multiculturalism and fostering inclusivity within the community. 

As a migrant herself, Christina embodies the ethos of lifting others and perpetuating a “circle of abundance” within her community. 

Christina is a trailblazer for female Asian migrants, breaking barriers and inspiring future generations with her vision of success in business, community contribution, and the preservation of independence. Her words encapsulate her ethos: “I believe I have broken the mould for female Asian migrants or at least for my daughters and future generations—the need to own the vision of women can be successful in business, contribute to their community, and retain their independent spirit.”