Christy Pettit is Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Pollinate Networks Inc.
For 25 years, Christy has developed new approaches and best practices for agile, effective organizations worldwide. She is an expert on matching people and organizations for applications including knowledge transfer and mentorship programs, flexible virtual and hybrid teams, and productive organizational and business ecosystems and networks.
Christy’s career has been shaped by her quest to understand and accelerate how people grow and work together professionally. Her accomplishments include the development of the algorithm-based Cross-Pollinate AI™ matching technology, and the validated Knowledge Transfer Index (KTI) collaboration style assessment.
These tools have been honed through multi-year programs in corporations and associations worldwide to accurately match people in pairs and groups – at scale – for mentorship, teams and ecosystems. See all Pollinate solutions.
Christy’s work has had a lasting impact on organizations of all sizes across a wide range of sectors, including food and agriculture, finance, manufacturing, not-for-profit, social services, post-secondary education, health care, and government.
Her early career included more than a decade as an Executive Vice President responsible for the consulting and measurement division at global training and development organization Eagle’s Flight.
In 2008, she co-founded ODScore, a consultancy with an elite team of transformation specialists, performance measurement experts, industrial and organizational psychologists, and business strategists.
She relaunched the company in 2019 as Pollinate Networks Inc. to focus on smart matching applications to help people and organizations connect, collaborate and make change.
Christy’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History from the University of Toronto, with an accredited year of study at the University of Sydney, Australia. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Management and a Masters in Business Administration from Athabasca University’s Centre for Innovative Management.
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