Christine Nyirjesy BragaleDirector, Communications
Christine Nyirjesy Bragale leads the development and implementation of FHI 360’s communications strategies and is the director of the corporate communications team. She is passionate about connecting people with the information they need and telling stories that inspire action and influence public policy.
Her decades-long career in public relations includes leadership roles at the Partnerships Incubator (operated by The Kaizen Company for the U.S. Agency for International Development), the News Literacy Project, Mercy Corps, Goodwill Industries International and TASC, a national security company.
Bragale spent the first part of her career as a television news producer and editor, including at the Associated Press, where she helped launch the global news agency’s television arm, APTN, and directed its news gathering operations in the Americas. As a member of the White House and United Nations press corps, she covered politics, diplomacy and other major international news stories. She has received many awards for communications campaigns, media relations, and print and video productions.
Bragale holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a certificate in Latin American studies from Georgetown University, in addition to professional certificates in digital marketing from Columbia Business School and Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. She holds certification as an accredited business communicator from the International Association of Business Communicators.