Chief Executive Officer, Scope Global
Christine Molitor is the Chief Executive Officer of Scope Global Pty Ltd, a company with twenty-five years history in delivering international development, international education programs, technical training assistance and mobility programs around the world. Scope Global employs 100 staff in Adelaide, South Australia and engages a further 200 personnel world-wide through regional offices in the Pacific, East and South Asia.
Scope Global’s clients include the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Department of Education and Training and the Department of Defence. Scope also works for the Asia Development Bank and many Australian Universities in the area of tailored student mobility programs.
Prior to being appointed CEO in January 2016, Christine was Executive Manager, Global Operations, where she had leadership of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program, Scope’s international network and the People, Culture and Services portfolio.
Christine has built a successful career as a senior executive leader and board member, with a skill for improving business performance and long term organisational capability. Prior to her time at Scope Global, she was the joint founding partner of a successful international consultancy business which specialised in strategy development and execution, leadership and culture development, and board and CEO development.
Christine holds a degree in Psychology and an MBA from the University of Adelaide. In November 2017, she was successful in obtaining a grant from the Industry Leaders Fund to attend a Strategic Leadership Program at Oxford University.
Christine is the immediate past Chair of CanDo4Kids, one of South Australia’s oldest not for profit organisations that provides services to hearing and sight impaired children and their families, and she continues to serve on that board. In 2018 she also joined the board of Sight for All, a charitable organisation focusing on eye health care projects and ophthalmology training in communities and partner countries.