Christine is responsible for conducting audits and program evaluations of District government programs.
Before joining ODCA, Christine worked as a research assistant at Protect our Defenders (POD), a national human rights nonprofit that connects past and current military service members to a network of pro-bono lawyers dedicated to ending sexual violence, assault, and racism in the military. Prior to that, Christine worked as a performing piano artist and pedagogue in both the Richmond, and Northern Virginia area. While an undergraduate, Christine worked with the Richmond Virginia Street Singers Choir, participated in and helped teach service-learning courses, and created musical outreach programs to connect communities that wouldn’t otherwise interact. Additionally, she has collaborated with researchers, and public administrators on a wider geographical scale to engage a dialogue on issues and solutions pertaining to social policy.
Christine earned a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in social policy from the George Washington University.
When not working to improve the economy, efficiency, and accountability of the District government, Christine loves to play and teach classical piano, compose, and explore the great outdoors.Return to Staff List