Christine Duque Joins Team at Collective Bias


Christine Duque joins the team at Collective Bias® as the new Director, Client Services, based at the NYC office. 

Collective Bias® is the only shopper social media company that solves shopper marketing problems by weaving together organic social content with engaging, real-life stories to generate millions of impressions, increased share of voice, SEO and retail sales for brands and retailers. Top brands such as Tyson, Nestlé and Duane Reade rely on Collective Bias to sell their stories socially. Based in Bentonville, Arkansas, with satellite offices in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Toronto and London, Collective Bias was named one of America's 25 Most Promising Companies by Forbes.

Social Fabric® is Collective Bias’ proprietary community of 3,000 shopping-focused influencers with an aggregate multichannel reach in excess of 130 million. 

Christine comes to Collective Bias with over 10 years’ experience in creating and executing global integrated marketing strategies and award-winning campaigns to achieve increased market share and consumer loyalty. She has worked with a diverse client base, from Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations, in a wide range of industries, managing business budgets over $30MM in both client and agency settings, and B2B and B2C audience targets. 

Christine is a graduate of Oberlin College & Conservatory of Music. She is a member of US Masters Swimming, and swims competitively with the Asphalt Green United Aquatics (AGUA) Masters Team. She is also a sought after swim coach and instructor and works with children and adults of all ages and disabilities, including serving as an instructor for the Adaptive Swim Program for Veterans run by Asphalt Green and the US Olympic Committee, and as Assistant Coach for The Chapin School Varsity Swim team.

Christine is actively involved in serving the community and works closely with the following organizations Music is My First Language (MiMFL), Asphalt Green, Embracing the World, and the Oberlin College Alumni Association.

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