July 26, 2017
Meet, Christine Mack, a Voss Foundation supporter since 2015 and a Committee Member for this year’s Women Helping Women Hamptons luncheon on August 7, 2017. Christine took time to share with us why Women Helping Women, Voss Foundation, and access to water are important to her.
“Many of us take things in life for granted, and the fact that so many people still do not have access to clean water seems unfair, especially since our world keeps drastically advancing in so many areas. This is unacceptable. The way we can unite the world though technology and other advancements should make us realize that there are no more excuses or limits to what we can do to help others in the world. We need to share our funds and knowledge, and Voss Foundation is the perfect vehicle to help us do just that.”
Christine was born in the Philippines and moved to Sweden at the age of 7. She was an international model for 10 years before moving to New York to attend Parsons School of Design for a degree in Graphic Design and Advertising.
After working at Hearst Publications as a graphic designer, Christine started her own design firm. It was there that Christine began pro bono work for different charities and cultural institutions. Christine is a board member of the Child Mind Institute and the Israel Lacrosse Team and is an advisory board member at the Dubin Breast Center. She is also actively involved with New Yorkers for Children, Friends of the Israel Museum, Hassenfeldt Center, and Randall’s Island Park Alliance.
Christine recently started an accessory line called Creel-Mack and is in the process of expanding the lifestyle brand. Christine currently lives in New York with her husband, Richard and their three children.