Christine supports teams in achieving seemingly unthinkable and powerful impact in their communities. Well-versed in the Collective Impact model, Christine helps teams perform at their highest potential by creating an experience of community among the team through genius facilitation, cultivating the hidden talents and passions of each member, and weaving together the group’s shared vision of what they most want to create in the world.
With over 10 years experience leading social change efforts, Christine brings to each project a wealth of experience working from a wide range of perspectives, including community organizing, policy change, political campaigns, direct service, and grant making. Christine is currently the Director of Home For Good at United Way of Greater Los Angeles where she leads the movement to end chronic and veteran homelessness in Los Angeles. She knows in her soul that creating deeply loving and highly functional communities is well within our reach.
- Hendricks Institute Certified Coach
- Masters Degree, Social Welfare, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
- Bachelors Degree, Psychology & Dance, Scripps College, Claremont
- Certified Pilates Instructor, Long Beach Dance Conditioning