Christine McMahon is a visionary and inspirational leader with a deep commitment to mission, able to guide large and complex organizations through rapidly changing economic and political environments. She is an effective strategist with substantial financial acumen, able to balance short-term goals and long-term planning.
Ms. McMahon joined Fedcap in 2009 as President and CEO and has championed the organization’s strategic growth from a New York City-based nonprofit to an organization with an international footprint. Ms. McMahon is nationally recognized for the breadth of her strategic vision and her expertise across a wide range of social programs and for influencing state and local healthcare and social policy.
Ms. McMahon previously served as Senior Vice President and COO of Easterseals New Hampshire, driving over 300% growth in programs and services during her tenure.
She received her Master of Health Administration from the University of New Hampshire and her BA in Psychology from New England College. Ms. McMahon has published numerous white papers including The New Risk Paradigm for Nonprofits and authors a weekly blog with over 10,000 followers.
Ms. McMahon’s numerous honors include her selection to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Disabilities, being named by the New Hampshire Business Review as the Outstanding Woman in Business, and receipt of the National Easterseals – Lou Lowenkron Award for Program Innovation.