Christine Esposito, founder of Terracom and its Ex.Change Project, has been an environmental communicator for more than 30 years and has been recognized with more than 30 communications awards.
She launched Terracom in 1990 to help green organizations grow in impact through strategic communications. Most recently, through Terracom’s Ex.Change Project, she has drawn on the power of science-inspired art to build awareness of and spur action on critical environmental issues.
Convening artists, scientists, nonprofits, government agencies, businesses, universities, and other partners, she has conceptualized and led projects that engage audiences in topics including phosphorus pollution and recovery, the importance and care of urban trees, and climate change.
Christine holds Master of Landscape Architecture and Bachelor of Music degrees from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a Certificate of Integrated Marketing from the University of Chicago.
"What a fabulous and unique approach, that of connecting artists with new sponsors of their work for mutual benefit, while shining a light on environmental themes. This project and working with you on it have been a pleasure."
–Barbara Cooper, Artist