Christina MacGillivray is an award-winning director, writer and producer. She directs documentary films with the UN Human Rights Office and produced the UN's first-ever stand-up comedy festival "Stand-Up for Migrants," where all comedy focused on immigration and rising nationalism.
Christina is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and a former President William J. Clinton Fellow in Media & Human Rights. She has produced projects in more than a dozen countries, including India, China, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Uzbekistan, Malaysia and others.
The US State Department - American Center has twice awarded her grants under the Fulbright program to create a comedy meets investigative journalism series exploring why women in India are dropping out of the workforce at one of the fastest rates in the world.
Christina founded her own production company, Mummy Daddy Media in 2012. During this time she directed more than 300 creative projects for clients such as Google, USAID, the British Council and many others.
"[Christina] is such an incredible leader in terms of how she helms the show."
- Comedian Aditi Mittal