Christopher Lintari is a visionary entrepreneur and the driving force behind the International Students Support Scheme.
Born with a passion for empowering young minds, Christopher has dedicated his career to creating opportunities for international students around the world. Driven by a deep-seated commitment to support the unique needs of international students, Christopher founded the International Students Support Scheme.
Under his leadership, the organization has grown into a global force, providing invaluable resources, mentorship, and opportunities to countless students pursuing education abroad. Christopher’s unwavering dedication to fostering cross-cultural understanding and academic success has not only transformed the lives of individual students but has also enriched the international education landscape as a whole.
His vision, combined with his exceptional business acumen, continues to drive ISSS forward, ensuring a brighter future for generations of global learners.
In 2006, Christopher earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and International Trade from WSB Merito University in Poland. Recognizing the global importance of these fields, he pursued further academic excellence and completed his Masters in Finance and International Trade at the same institution in 2008.
With a solid foundation in finance and international trade, Christopher set out to make a tangible impact on the business world. He leveraged his knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit to establish a successful venture in the logistics sector. Through this endeavour, Christopher demonstrated his ability to navigate complex industries, showcasing his acumen for strategy, operations, and innovation. Beyond his professional achievements, Christopher is known for his tireless advocacy for education and cultural exchange.
His inspirational leadership style and commitment to creating positive change serve as a beacon of hope for aspiring entrepreneurs and students alike. Christopher Lintari’s legacy is one of empowerment, inclusivity, and the boundless potential of international education.