Reports and copy
Books, Higher Education, Children, Parenting, Healthy Living
Christine studied 18th Century British Literature writing her master's thesis on Jane Austen's Chawton novels. She co-edited the Diaspora/International section of Watermark, the University's literary journal. She also contributed an article, "Can a Colonizer be a Friend? The Case of Mrs. Eliot & Jane Fairfax," to the 2013 publication of Watermark. She graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
Christine has worked in the field of higher education for nine years, first as an admission counselor, then as an internship and community engagement coordinator. Her writing has primarily focused on two areas: marketing the college to prospective first-year students and describing college programs to be recognized for national awards. She has worked with the Vice President of Enrollment to update the College's preview book and has written applications on behalf of the College for awards like the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Christine writes about her own experiences as a parent on her personal blog. She has also submitted articles to websites for families and moms in particular.
Christine worked as a grant writer for a non-profit organization. She was responsible for researching and writing all grant proposals. She has written letters of inquiry and applications primarily for private foundation grants, but has also submitted proposals for public funds.
Christine has professional experience working for a non-profit organization in development and communications. She was responsible for researching and writing all grant proposals to help fund the literacy program. She was also in charge of writing all press releases for the organization, highlighting the programs and partners of the non-profit.