- Examining the holistic experience of various populations of the University
- Striving to support a data-informed campus
- Building a culture of evidence and community of practice
- BA in Psychology, Franklin Pierce University
- MBA in Human Resources Management, Franklin Pierce University
- MS in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, Springfield College
- MS in Higher Education-College Administration and Leadership, Purdue University Global
Christine leads an experienced team that possess strengths in research methodology, statistical analyses, survey design and evaluation methods, data architecture, data management, data analytics and visualizations. Her role is to provide information for campus leadership to make data-informed strategic decisions.
Joining UMass Lowell as a Research Data Analyst in 2012, Christine brought with her higher education experience in institutional research, career services, academic advising, campus operations, and program administration for a study abroad group in Lyon, France.
Additionally, she brings experience from other sectors having worked in management training programs and various customer service roles. Her background is rooted in I/O psychology with her research focusing on occupational stress and burnout.
Her interests include examining the holistic experience of various populations of the University, striving to support a data-informed campus, and building a culture of evidence and community of practice. She holds an affinity for the arts, especially in contemporary dance and classical music, along with a deep appreciation for mindfulness and well-being practices.