Christine specializes in economic development, strategic planning studies, benefit cost analysis as well as market feasibility and economic/fiscal impact studies. These studies help communities determine the best course of action to drive economic growth, job creation and enhanced quality of life for residents.
Prior to joining Triad, Christine served as an independent consultant for a variety of projects located throughout the country. She also worked as an analyst for Hammer Siler George Associates in Silver Spring Maryland and a consultant for Standard and Poor’s Corporate Value Consulting, where she evaluated commercial real estate for corporate mergers and acquisitions.
Christine earned her bachelor’s degree in Business and Administration with concentrations in economic and marketing from Drexel University and completed graduate work at the State University of New York Albany in urban and regional planning. Christine enjoys paddle boarding, reading, and traveling.