Christine Gibbs is the owner/CEO of several multimillion dollar companies with a national and international reach. Her businesses span the travel, real estate, insurance, marketing, and internet SEO industries. Along with her husband Jonathan Gibbs, Christine employs over 200 people. Several of her firms are headquartered in Washington state with additional offices in California and Illinois.
Christine started her first business in 2000, and within just a few years was grossing several million dollars annually. She used this to catapult new entrepreneurial adventures, all of which proved successful, and her businesses grew exponentially. Through continued growth and expansion Christine was able to use this opportunity to increase her philanthropic footprint as well.
While Christine has always been a generous donor to many non-profit organizations and causes, her giving has become part of her company culture. In addition to her own personal contributions, she often sponsors events where she matches employee donations. Past organizations that she has strongly supported include World Vision, Smile Train, and Potter’s Field, among others.
Christine’s dynamic personality and unprecedented success have led her to become a sought-after speaker and mentor. She has been a board member of The Tronie Foundation, a non-profit working to eliminate Human Trafficking. She has been invited to speak at the World Vision chapel service, attended by over 800 World Vision employees. Christine’s heart is to help others experience a new level of success and share the joy of giving.
A Few Resume Highlights
- At 18 Christine started her own business. It was profitable her first year.
- At 23 Christine married her love and now business partner, Jonathan.
- At 24 Christine’s businesses were grossing several million dollars per year.
- At 27 Christine had her first little girl and her business grew by 100% from the prior year. This allowed her to fulfill a personal goal of increased giving, including partnerships with nonprofits to build water boreholes (deep wells) in Africa.
- At 28 she had her second little girl and her business went international and grew by 300% from the prior year. Once again, Christine was able to further increase donations to worthy causes, and she spread this goal to make it a company culture.
- At 29 Christine had built multiple successful businesses that are still growing to this day!