Chief Revenue Officer & Senior Vice President Business Development, Kranz & Associates
“I came to the U.S. as an immigrant from Vietnam and believe in giving back. The Asian Pacific Fund enables valuable training, education, and services to the Asian community which are near and dear to my heart.“
Christina Bui is the Chief Revenue Officer and Senior Vice President of Business Development at Kranz & Associates. For over 23 years, Kranz has provided superior financial consulting and CFO advisory services to venture capital and private equity-backed companies, pre-revenue to post-IPO through all stages of the company’s lifecycle. Prior to joining Kranz, she was Vice President of Client Solutions for Robert Half, the world’s first and largest specialized staffing firm. Christina partners with the professional staffing divisions of Robert Half and the consulting organization of Protiviti, its wholly-owned subsidiary, to develop business consulting and project staffing engagements. With a focus on finance/accounting project-based engagements, she works with company executives to support their growth initiatives as well as transactions such as IPOs, mergers and acquisitions.
Before joining Robert Half, Christina was an Associate Managing Partner for Tatum, a national interim CFO firm. Prior to joining Tatum, Christina was responsible for market development as Vice President for the Northwest region of Parsons Corporation, one of the largest engineering and construction firms. Christina has also worked with venture capital company Encore Capital Management where she performed financial analyses on investment opportunities for publicly traded companies. Within Encore Capital Management, she was involved with and helped launch a fund with one of the firm’s venture capital projects in Vietnam. Prior to Encore, Christina was part of the Corporate Government Affairs team of Johnson & Johnson and represented the healthcare company on Capitol Hill pertaining to corporate and health care issues.
Christina holds a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Affairs and French from the University of Virginia and a master’s degree in corporate finance from Johns Hopkins University. She was awarded “Most Influential Women in Business” in 2016 and 2017 in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. Christina serves on the Board of Directors of Asian Pacific Fund, Association for Corporate Growth San Francisco, How Women Lead, and Asian Immigrant Women Advocates. She has Co-Chaired the Association for Corporate Growth’s M&A West Coast Conference six years in a row from 2012-2018 and Co-Chaired Women On Boards 2020 Conference in San Francisco in 2017-2018.