Christine brings more than a decade of in-depth experience working in, and with, nonprofit organizations, foundations and government.
At the Columbus Citizens Foundation, Christine was Director of Programs from 2014 to 2016 managing a budget of $2.8M. As a result of her efforts, program funding grew by 50%, scholarship applications increased by 38% and 30% more scholarships were awarded.
While at AARP from 2006 to 2014, she led initiatives around older adult hunger, financial security and volunteer management, often serving as a media spokesperson for the organization. She created a successful member discount and engagement model resulting in a $5M value for vendor partners and 500 million media impressions for AARP in New York.
Christine sits on the board of Hunger Solutions New York, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the alleviation of hunger throughout New York State.
Christine received a BA in Communications from Manhattan College and MBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.