Christina Weiss Lurie’s multi-faceted career spans the worlds of sports, entertainment and philanthropy.
She is an owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, President Eagles Youth Partnership, Eagles Social Responsibility, an Oscar award-winning film producer and co-Founder of two independent film companies, Vox3 Films and Tango Pictures, and a philanthropist. Under her leadership, the Eagles earned the coveted 2011 Beyond Sports Team of the Year award for their work in the community and for trailblazing environmental programs in professional sports. As executive producer, Christina received Oscar awards for “Inside Job” (2011), which tackles the consequences of systematic corruption of the U.S. by the financial services industry, and “Inocente” (2013), which features the struggles of a homeless, undocumented teen. She most recently produced “Dishonesty: The Truth About Lies” which aired on CNBC in spring 2015 and the feature film "Rupture” starring Noomi Rapace. In addition to her active role in sports and entertainment, Christina Weiss Lurie serves on the board of The Curtis Institute of Music as an Emeritus Trustee. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a trustee of the Lurie Family Foundation.