Strata Leadership Show

Interview with Angie Christopher: Take Risks

May 07, 2021 Strata Leadership Season 2 Episode 9
Strata Leadership Show
Interview with Angie Christopher: Take Risks
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Strata Leadership Show
Interview with Angie Christopher: Take Risks
May 07, 2021 Season 2 Episode 9
Strata Leadership

Angie currently serves as Vice President for Global HR and Talent for the Home Services Group for ConvaTec.  Her career with the organization started nearly four years ago and in that short span, the company has more than doubled its number of employees across two continents.  Angie is a die-heart sooner fan with two degrees from OU including a Doctorate of Law.

She practiced for several years as in-house counsel for Oklahoma Farm Bureau then started her HR journey there in 2002 as VP of HR.  HR has been the perfect fit for Angie’s passion for mentoring and strategic thinking.

Along with HR, Angie is active in several non-profit organizations including serving on the boards for the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City and Guiding Right and volunteering whenever the opportunity arises.

In 2000, she founded Diamond Daughters, LLC.  An organization designed and focusing on mentoring young women.  This group has seen nearly 300 girls pass through its doors with two currently serving on its Board with their doctorate degrees.

In her spare time, Angie is rediscovering traveling to historical sites, spending time with her 18-month-old godson, and crafting.

Show Notes

Angie currently serves as Vice President for Global HR and Talent for the Home Services Group for ConvaTec.  Her career with the organization started nearly four years ago and in that short span, the company has more than doubled its number of employees across two continents.  Angie is a die-heart sooner fan with two degrees from OU including a Doctorate of Law.

She practiced for several years as in-house counsel for Oklahoma Farm Bureau then started her HR journey there in 2002 as VP of HR.  HR has been the perfect fit for Angie’s passion for mentoring and strategic thinking.

Along with HR, Angie is active in several non-profit organizations including serving on the boards for the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City and Guiding Right and volunteering whenever the opportunity arises.

In 2000, she founded Diamond Daughters, LLC.  An organization designed and focusing on mentoring young women.  This group has seen nearly 300 girls pass through its doors with two currently serving on its Board with their doctorate degrees.

In her spare time, Angie is rediscovering traveling to historical sites, spending time with her 18-month-old godson, and crafting.