Christine joined the Knowlton School in December 2012 as an academic advisor. She is a member of the Knowlton Student Services team and primarily works with undergraduate students on curriculum and degree requirements, course planning and professional development goals.
Originally from Chicago, Christine attended The Ohio State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History (2008). She later attended Kent State University and received her Master of Education in Higher Education and Student Personal with a certificate in the Internationalization of Higher Education (2011). Prior to arriving to Knowlton, she worked at the Glenn School and held a graduate assistant advising position at Kent State. She was recognized by the Sphinx Senior Class Honorary due to her commitment to excellence in higher education.
- Advise current Knowlton undergraduates and prospective students on curriculum and degree requirements.
- Coordinate the Knowlton Ambassador program, a volunteer opportunity for current students to assist in the recruitment of prospective students.
- Teach freshmen survey for incoming freshmen pursuing undergraduate degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and City and Regional Planning.
- Manage the undergraduate graduation process.