Christina (O'Keefe) Minassian, MBA
Vice President of Administration & Operations
Christina Minassian joined The Baker Center in 2011, and as of July 2018, was named the Vice President of Administration. In September 2019, Christina assumed additional operational responsibilities and was named Vice President of Administration & Operations. Christina is responsible for executive, administrative, and communications management and support, and directs the administrative functions of The Baker Center. Her responsibilities include overseeing human resources, information technology, facilities, legal and regulatory requirements, marketing and communications. In collaboration with The Baker Center's senior leadership team, Christina helps to coordinate and oversee The Baker Center's operations and programs. She also manages relations and governance requirements for the Board of Trustees.
She originally started at The Baker Center as the executive assistant to the chief operating officer. In the summer of 2014, she assumed the additional role of the executive assistant to the president and chief executive officer. In the spring of 2015, Christina’s role further expanded to become the Director of Administration. Christina has worked in administrative services for her entire career, in various industries, both for-profit and non-profit. Her most recent role prior to The Baker Center was supporting the Americas division president of a major global IT consulting firm. Earlier in her career, she supported the chief executive officer of a north shore children’s mental health organization while simultaneously serving as grants manager and corporate clerk; managed client services for a learning management technology company; was the logistics leader in the education services division of a content management software company; and was an executive assistant and travel consultant at a specialized boutique travel agency in Boston.
Christina has a Bachelor of Science degree in management studies from Boston University and an MBA, with Executive concentration, from Suffolk University, Sawyer Business School.