Primary Role
Head of Android Partnerships, Asia Pacific at Google
Yale University

Person Details


Christine Moon has been with Google since 2004 and has taken on key engineering and sales positions at Google. Currently, she is Head of Android Partnerships for Asia-Pacific where she oversees relationships with wireless carriers, handset manufacturers and other entities. She led the successful launch of Nexus S, Google's signature smartphone, with key strategic partners in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. She has enabled explosive growth of Android devices with Google services including Android Market through partnerships with leading carriers and device manufacturers. She led the negotiations with Sprint for the Nexus S 4G launch with multi-million dollar marketing commitment from Sprint, and also led the negotiations for direct carrier billing (DCB) integration with Tier 1 carriers in Asia (Docomo, KDDI, Softbank, SK Telecom, Korea Telecom).

Prior to this role, Christine was Head of APAC Engineering Operations where she led the effort in expanding Google R&D and engineering operations and helped to scale sales operations in Google's key international markets. Prior to Google, she worked in New York and Hong Kong offices of Morgan Stanley's M&A group executing on transactions in technology and telecommunications with a total value over $2.4 billion. In the aftermath of the Asia economic crisis, Christine worked at the International Finance Bureau at the Ministry of Finance and Economy, Republic of Korea helping to bring in foreign direct investments to South Korea.

Christine received her B.A. in English Literature and Political Science from Yonsei University and M.A. in International Relations from Yale University as a Fulbright scholar.

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