Christine started with OITS in 2007 as a Business Consultant II. During her time at Towson University, she has conducted numerous client interviews turning their institutional knowledge into Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as well as gathering business requirements during Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions. She has also been involved in strategic planning seminars. She takes pride in being able to accurately and concisely capture in writing a client's needs. As an experienced business analyst she has had the opportunity to work with the Maryland Department of Agriculture; the Department of Labor, Licensing and Registration; and the Department of Housing and Community Development to name a few. Within her own department at TU, she established and maintained the in-house Project Management Office. She remains an active member of the University's community outreach program.
Christine's years of experience as a paralegal and later her work with non-profits as both a development associate and a grant writer have given her many opportunities to hone her writing skills, using them in a wide variety of ways from creative to technical writing.
Christine graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Franklin and Marshall College where she received her Bachelor of Arts. Currently, she is working towards Towson University's Professional Development Certificate in Leadership.