Suite 285G, Simpson High Performance Center, 2227 Piedmont Avenue.
Christine is part of an academic team that oversees and provides comprehensive support such as time management, developmental writing, strategic reading, and assessment preparation for football student-athletes.
Christine returns to her alma mater, where she received her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies in May of 2010. She spent her last semester as a Cal student working as an undergraduate teaching assistant in UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education. She was also a tutor and mentor for the Student Learning Center and the Transfer, Re-Entry and Student Parent Center as an undergrad at Cal.
After graduating from Cal, Christine went on to work and study for two years at USC, where she received her master’s degree in postsecondary administration and student affairs in May of 2012. She worked as a learning assistant in the student-athlete academic services area and as an academic coach for the Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity. Christine assisted in the opening of the center that specializes in working with students with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in organization, planning and time management.