The Women at Work network was founded by professional women looking to build a community of mutual support. The goal for the organization is to provide a safe place for discussing challenges as well as sharing victories.
Our programming offers pragmatic solutions to the problems our members are facing as well as provide inspiration for brave, creative growth.
We are WOMEN AT WORK and we are here to support women on their journeys to fulfilling their greatest potential.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Ginna Christensen, the daughter of two entrepreneurs, grew up knowing that innovation and the arts would play a central role in her professional and personal life.
Ginna started her career in the fashion industry, working in merchandising and marketing for Giorgio Armani, Ellen Tracy, and Emanuel Ungaro, and got her start in the rug business with Aga John. As the VP of Sales and Product Development, she helped reinvigorate the high-end rug company, forging deals with companies like Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma Home.
In Sept of 2013, Christensen joined the Los Angeles-based team at Woven as Creative Director. In her three-plus years with the company, she implemented programming, produced events, and created business development strategies which resulted in increased sales revenues, regional and national press coverage, and the launch of Woven at Design Within Reach.
Sought after for her cool and creative solutions to the challenges of modern businesses, Christensen was asked to join the board of the West Hollywood Design District in 2016. In her role as Chairwoman, Ginna is leading marketing strategies, implement programming, services and events to promote the district on a global scale and increase revenues for its members.
In 2016 Ginna established GC Collaborative, a boutique Creative Agency that focuses on working with established brands, up-and-coming makers, and individuals within the realm of art and decorative design. Ginna has a strong desire to give back with the work she does. In March of 2016 she creating an avenue to do just that with the launch of her women's group Women at Work. The goals of the group are threefold: provide programing that offers pragmatic solutions to the challenges women face in the work place, inspire brave creative work, and provide a safe place for women to share their challenges as well as their victories. The group has grown to be over 150 strong, and Christensen continues to work on new ideas for workshops, Master Mind Circles, and VIP events to help support her members.