As a Manager in Third Sector’s Boston office, Christine manages data collection and evaluation, conducts comparative analysis of evidence-based innovations, and assesses potential funding and contracting models to determine the best outcomes-oriented approaches to meet the objectives of government, nonprofit, and philanthropic clients. As part of the Empowering Families national cohort, Christine is leading efforts with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood to explore the development of integrated data systems and outcomes-oriented contracts to enable two-generation approaches and systems-wide social services procurement reform.
Christine previously spent several years in Nanjing, China working at a social enterprise to increase access to educational opportunities in Western China. As part of the management team, Christine oversaw strategic growth planning, teacher training and evaluation, and impact measurement. She also led innovative partnerships with government agencies and nonprofit organizations to accelerate the expansion of Hope Schools. Christine graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.A. in Finance and International Business, and holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management.