Christine Jakobson is an ethics researcher and advisor, helping to make the world a better place through philosophy. She has received a PhD focusing on moral philosophy from the University of Cambridge and an MSt from the University of Oxford. Christine is a 2023-2025 Ethics Fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

Christine is an Associate Principal at Principia, the leading advisory firm on ethics. At Principia, she has worked across technology, finance, energy, law, audit and insurance. Christine advises executive leaders in companies ranging from Fortune 500 to SMEs and start-ups on the ethics of technology, ethical decision-making and leadership, ethical culture and strategy. Working across North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, she helps some of the world’s largest companies solve their most mission-critical and complex problems.

Complementing her professional roles, Christine is frequently invited to share her work on the importance of ethics in technology in talks, interviews and panel discussions. She has been selected for the 2022 research sprint at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet Studies at Harvard University. Christine was also awarded the Women’s Impact Alliance coaching fellowship to advance her leadership, positively impact the world and be at the forefront of global change.